Anthony Y. Wen focuses his practice on patent counseling and prosecution. As a registered patent attorney, Tony has drafted and prosecuted numerous patent applications related to electrical, computer, software, mechanical and electromechanical technologies. He also has experience in managing large patent portfolios, advising clients with regards to analyzing patents for due diligence, non-infringement, and invalidity purposes, and in various aspects of pre-litigation investigation and assessment.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Tony was an engineer with Tellabs, Inc., where he was involved with microchip design and electronic design automation for advanced telecommunications and networking equipment. During his undergraduate studies, he gained significant engineering experience while working at companies in the microprocessor design, automotive electronics, and test and measurement equipment industries.
Tony received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering and his M.S. in Electrical Engineering with a concentration in VLSI Circuits from The University of Michigan. He received his J.D. from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, where he was a member and student articles editor of the Loyola University Chicago Law Journal. He was also a Chicago Intellectual Property Colloquium Fellow in 2005.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Anthony Y. Wen