Cassius Sims is an associate in the firm’s New York office in the Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Group with an emphasis on patent litigation. Mr. Sims has professional experience in many technologies, including electronics, storage devices, databases, networks and software. He has represented clients in patent litigations involving optical networks, data communications, e-commerce, user interfaces, computer software, pesticides, optics and semiconductor laser technology.
Mr. Sims received his bachelor’s degree in computer engineering. Before law school, he worked at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, where his work on creating a system to improve first responder awareness was published. He has also developed databases and web applications for an online application vendor.
While in law school, Mr. Sims served as the chief executive editor of the Duke Law and Technology Review.