Aaron Haleva is a partner in Montgomery McCracken’s Intellectual Property Department. He focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation, trademarks, and patent preparation and prosecution in various industries including healthcare, pharmaceuticals and immunology, chemical preparations and manufacture, computing systems and architectures, digital technology and coding, memory devices and interfaces, large data mining and artificial intelligence.
Aaron has developed on-board interactive vision systems for mobile autonomous robots, created big data analytical tools for immunology-based patient data to predict onset of disease and severity of conditions, and has navigated the patent procurement process both as an inventor and as an attorney.
Prior to joining Montgomery McCracken, Aaron was an attorney at a national law firm.
Aaron earned his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law. Prior to attending law school, Aaron received his M.S.E.E. and B.S.E.E. from the University of Washington and his A.B. from Columbia University.
Pro Bono Experience
Aaron has handled several pro bono cases through Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, advocating for artists, inventors, and authors whose rights were challenged or appropriated by prominent corporations.
- Quoted in, “Montgomery McCracken Expands IP Group In Pa. And NJ“, Law360 Pulse, February 2021
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- Eta Kappa Nu, Honorary Electrical Engineering Society
- Phi Lambda Upsilon, Honorary Chemical Society
Aaron is a frequent lecturer on Talmudic Law and Rabbinic Literature for the Sephardic Jewish Brotherhood of America’s Digital Academy as well as in local synagogues and communities.
- Fordham University School of Law
- University of Washington
- Columbia University