George Tseng’s practice focuses on patent law, including various areas of intellectual property law, with a particular emphasis on patent preparation and prosecution; patent portfolio creation and management; patentability, infringement, clearance and validity opinions; and technology licensing and distribution agreements. He also counsels clients on legal issues related to trademark law, including trademark prosecution, disputes, and licensing.
George has acted as lead patent counsel regarding strategic patent portfolio development and management for his clients. He has also assisted clients in resolving patent and trademark disputes.
He is experienced with preparing and prosecuting patent applications in various technologies including computer hardware/software, computer networking, wireless and traditional telecommunications, solid-state lighting devices multimedia, Internet and e-business/commerce, security (encryption/decryption and digital rights management), business methods, digital imaging, computer architecture, user interfaces, medical devices, radio frequency identification (RFID), and database systems.