Brad is an intellectual property attorney in Bracewell & Giuliani’s Technology Section. His practice focuses on patent and trademark prosecution, client counseling, licensing, and technology transfer. Brad prosecutes patents in the chemical, electrical, and mechanical arts for U.S. and international (China, Japan, Korea, and Middle East) clients, particularly in the areas of oil and gas drilling equipment, chemical processing, telecommunications, automotive, robotics, consumer electronics, OLED and plasma displays, semiconductors, energy storage, renewable energy, clean technology, catalytic filtration systems, coatings, food products, medical devices, nanotechnology, electronic health care systems and treatments, and life sciences. Brad also represents clients in intellectual property litigation matters before state and federal courts.
Brad also has experience prosecuting ex parte reexaminations and post grant review proceedings, assisting angel-funded companies develop IP asset management strategies, preparing invalidity and non-infringement opinions, drafting and negotiating licensing agreements, and conducting due diligence.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Brad Y. Chin