Elliott Chen has a diverse background and patent experience in multiple technology areas, including mechanical devices, electromechanical devices, chemical processes, software, and telecommunication technologies. Prior to his career in intellectual property law, Elliott Chen performed laboratory research and data analysis at the Department of Microbiology and the Department of Environmental Health at the University of Washington. Elliott Chen is the second author of multiple journal articles published in Toxicology Letters and the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health.
Elliott Chen was previously a patent attorney at a national intellectual property law firm for more than seven years. In that time, Elliott Chen prepared and prosecuted over 400 U.S. and foreign patent applications for major companies in the computer software, aerospace, e-commerce, and telecommunication industries. Elliott Chen has provided counsel to clients on patent conflict matters, including offensive and defensive patent portfolio reviews, opinion letters, and due diligence analyses.
- Patent Conflict Matters
- IP Licensing and Strategy
- Patent Prosecution
- Private Placements
- State Bar of Washington
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
- J.D., Seattle University
- B.S., Microbiology, University of Washington