Atlanta, GA 30328
- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Ajay Harish is an associate with KPPB LAW’s litigation team. He supports Roy Banerjee, partner/co-founder of KPPB LAW, and the litigation practice’s strategic approach to litigation and dispute matters for business clients.
Before joining KPPB LAW in 2023, Ajay served as an intern with the World Intellectual Property Organization Judicial Institute (WIPO, Geneva). One of his contributions focused on Southeast Asia patent laws. He researched and drafted chapters for regional intellectual property bench books used by judiciaries worldwide with a focus on Association of Southeast Asian Nation member states. Ajay previously served as a research assistant with the Emory University School of Law for topics including Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) agreements in India as well as global usage of patents and emergent licensing methodologies during the COVID-19 pandemic. He has also supported immigration law casework as an intern for an Alpharetta law firm.
Ajay earned his law degree with honors and his bachelor’s degree in biology from Emory University. As a law student at Emory University School of Law, Ajay was a member of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, the South Asian Law Students Association, and the Intellectual Property Society. He participated in the TI:GER® program with Program Director/Law Professor Nicole Morris. He also served as the Notes & Comments Editor of the Emory International Law Review (vol. 36). Ajay’s contributing article, on the topic of the regulation surrounding the loot box monetization model in video games, earned him the “Founder’s Award in Legal Research & Writing.” Beyond his legal interests, Ajay is interested in music and is learning to play the acoustic guitar. He also holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Born in Ohio and raised in Georgia, Ajay is familiar with Tamil and Kannada languages. He is based in KPPB LAW’s Atlanta office.