Hamilton, Brook, Smith & Reynolds
As an Associate, Sunita assists with patent prosecution. Her expertise includes electrical and computer technologies, as well as interdisciplinary technologies that span the fields of biology, chemistry, materials science and engineering. Sunita is also knowledgeable about university technology transfer and licensing.
Prior to joining the firm, Sunita worked at Intel Corporation for ten years in various capacities, including senior design engineer and technical lead within Intel’s microprocessor R&D. Sunita contributed to the design and development of over seven microprocessors, including the Pentium III, first and second generation Pentium 4 and Itanium microprocessors. She also provided technical guidance for projects across Intel’s design centers in the U.S., Israel, India, Russia and Malaysia. During her tenure at Intel, Sunita received numerous awards in recognition of her technical excellence and delivery of innovative solutions critical to achieving project milestones.
While at Boston College Law School, Sunita completed a one-year externship with MIT’s Technology Licensing Office (TLO). At MIT-TLO, Sunita assessed patentability and commercial viability of invention disclosures, assisted with patent prosecution and helped develop licensing strategies for MIT’s biotechnology patent portfolios.
Sunita has been a judge for the Massachusetts State Science and Engineering Fair (MSSEF).