Mr. Chou has experience conducting prior art searches, preparing patentability opinions, and assisting in the drafting and prosecution of applications in the mechanical, computer software, and electrical fields.
Prior to practicing law, Mr. Chou worked as a Patent Examiner for the United States Patent and Trademark Office in the Computer Architecture, Software, & Information Security Technology Center. Mr. Chou’s electrical systems engineering education coupled with his USPTO background has provided him with experience in a wide variety of technologies in the electrical, telecommunications, and computer fields.
•Temple Journal Science Technology and Environmental Law, 2009-2010, staff member
News & Publications
•Kastner, Yeung, Chou, and Lewis Publish “Crucial Tips for Using IP Watching and Enforcement to Protect Your Business”
•Impact of Brexit on Intellectual Property
•In Third Circuit, All Confusion Is Relevant in Trademark Cases
•Supreme Court Provides Guidance on the Subject Matter Eligibility of Computer-Implemented Inventions
•Supreme Court Adopts “Reasonable Certainty” Standard for Evaluating Indefiniteness Challenges to Patent Claims
•“3D printing: Protecting intellectual property rights”
•“Preparing for Upcoming Patent Law Changes” Practicing Law Institute Presentation
•“Overview of Important Patent Prosecution and Litigation Changes under the AIA - A Walk Through the New Patent Landscape” Association of Corporate Counsel Delaware Valley (DELVACCA) Chapter Roundtable
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