J.D., The University of Chicago Law School – 2011
B.S., Northwestern University – 2007
Mr. Desh is an experienced litigator with a strong technical background who focuses on complex civil and commercial litigation and intellectual property litigation. He has successfully represented clients in a broad range of matters relating to mass torts, patents, data security, environmental litigation, and idea misappropriation, among others.
Mr. Desh is involved in all aspects of civil litigation, from early phase discovery through trial. He has experience in document review and production efforts, early-stage motion practice (including Rule 12 dispositive motions), fact and expert discovery and depositions, pre-trial motions (including Daubert and summary judgment motions), trial work, and post-trial briefing.
Mr. Desh has also been actively engaged in pro bono matters, successfully representing clients in cases relating to alleged Social Security overpayments, petitions for a certificate of good conduct, patients’ rights issues, and various other civil and administrative law matters.