Parker Zimmerman focuses his practice on intellectual property (IP) litigation, with an emphasis on technology industries. Parker draws on his experience in patent prosecution to assist clients with their IP litigation matters. He brings a background in computer science to his practice and has experience working with a wide range of technologies, from consumer products to industrial equipment.
During law school, Parker served as a research assistant and student associate in the Indiana University Maurer School of Law Intellectual Property Law Clinic. With the Clinic, he assisted clients with their prosecution and litigation matters before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), federal district courts, and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. During his undergraduate studies, Parker conducted research on the effects of emotional induction and trust on juror decision making. He also worked as a teaching assistant, conducting research that focused on language recognition and artificial intelligence.