George G.C. Tseng
Mr. Tseng’s primary practice area is intellectual property (IP) law, with a focus on patent and trademark law. He has experience with advising both large and small companies with their IP issues, including securing and protecting patents for inventions in a variety of technologies, including 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.
The various technologies with which Mr. Tseng has experience include: 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.
After earning his bachelor’s degree, Mr. Tseng also worked as a systems and software engineer for a defense computer contractor. He has experience practicing as an attorney in both a law firm environment as well as being an in-house counsel for a start-up company.
University of California, Los Angeles (B.S. in Electrical Engineering, 1991)
Loyola Marymount University (MBA, 1995)
Loyola Law School (J.D., 1995)