Saleh Kaihani is the founder and managing attorney of Vitality IP. He brings years of patent portfolio drafting and prosecution experience along with keen and dedicated advocacy to represent his clients in domestic, foreign and international patent prosecution, reexamination, freedom-to-operate analysis and licensing.
He counsels clients in identifying, developing and protecting company-critical intellectual property assets, including patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. His passion for entrepreneurship and technology makes him a valuable partner for his visionary clients. The best part of his day is helping clients bring to life their visions of the future through a cooperative engagement with innovative and hard-working individuals. He enjoys learning about his clients' businesses and thinking critically and strategically about their IP approach to achieve their legal and corporate objectives.
Saleh regularly represents corporations, start-ups and inventors in technical fields including artificial intelligence, ecommerce, mobile apps, productivity software, medical device and infrastructure, financial software, security and authentication software, consumer electronics, control electronics, displays, wireless communication, image and signal processing, mobile device optics, memories, batteries, renewable energy sources and devices, capacitors, analog and digital circuits, and mechanical devices.
Prior to attending law school, his interest in the overlap of science and technology led to a career in Silicon Valley where he worked on the design of power MOSFETs used in cellular phone devices, and he later worked on development of microprocessors. In his free time, Saleh enjoys spending time with his family and chasing his two daughters around preferably with a soccer ball.
He obtained his law degree from UC Hastings and his bachelor of science in electrical engineering and computer science from UC Berkeley, twice making the Dean's list of honor students. He is a member of the State Bar of California and admitted to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office.