Santosh R. Somi Reddy Esq., is the founding partner of Somireddy Law Group (SLG). Prior to establishing SLG, Mr. Reddy was an attorney and manager at a reputable national law firm that provides merger and acquisition, corporate, tax, immigration, and media and entertainment services to emerging and mature companies. Mr. Reddy has extensive experience in business immigration law and primarily focuses his practice on immigration, corporate, and litigation law. He is licensed to practice law in the State of New Jersey and the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Yahya Thabit, Esquire
Yahya Thabit, Esq., is a Maryland-based attorney and partner at SLG, where he practices in the areas of civil and corporate litigation, criminal defense, and immigration. Prior to joining SLG, Mr. Thabit was attorney at a Maryland law firm and twice served as a judicial law clerk in the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Maryland. During his clerkships he researched and drafted court opinions and bench memorandum addressing a variety of civil and criminal matters ranging from dispositive motions to post-conviction issues.
Mr. Thabit earned his Juris Doctor from the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law, where he was the recipient of the prestigious Joseph L. Rauh, Jr., Top Clinic Performer Award.
Dinesh Agarwal, Esquire
Dinesh Agarwal, Esquire, is a US Registered Patent Attorney who has been in global Intellectual Property (IP) Law practice for over 33 years. Prior to starting his own practice, he was the Managing Partner of a DC area boutique patent law firm.
Mr. Agarwal has extensive worldwide experience in all aspects of IP law, including patent, trademark, and copyright preparation, prosecution (before US and foreign patent offices), and dealing with pre- and post-issuance matters, including patentability, infringement, validity, right-to-use, and state-of-art studies, rendering opinions, strategy for IP portfolio buildup, due diligence and policing activities, and litigation before the US courts nationwide and the US International Trade Commission (ITC). Mr. Agarwal has worked on matters with several countries such as Australia, Canada, China, Europe, India, Israel, Japan, Korea, South Africa, and South America. He has worked with commercial, as well as the US and Indian Government (CSIR), and university clients, in many scientific disciplines including biomedical, biotechnical, biochemical, pharmaceutical, chemical, nanotechnology, business method, computer processes and systems, electromechanical, mechanical, and social networking areas.
Keith Blair, Esquire
Keith Blair is a 1993 graduate of Brooklyn Law School. After law school, he was a pro se law clerk for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit from 1993 through 1995. Mr. Blair then went to work at the U.S. Department of Justice, first in the Antitrust Division (1995-1997), then at the Tax Division (1997-2005). After leaving the Department of Justice, Mr. Blair directed the Low-Income Tax Clinic, first at the University of Baltimore School of Law, then the David A. Clark School of Law. Mr. Blair is now in private practice.