Jennifer Wang focuses her practice on patent preparation and prosecution, opinion work, diligence, patent litigation, and post-grant proceedings. She is experienced in US and foreign patent prosecution, utility and design patent prosecution, freedom to-operate, landscape and patentability studies, IP due diligence and inter partes review (IPR). Jen has worked with clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, and develops comprehensive patent portfolio strategies that fit the business goals of her clients.

Jen works with clients in a wide range of technological fields, including consumer products, medical devices, manufacturing equipment, sporting goods, injection molding equipment, genome sequencing and robotics.

  • Worked closely with several start-up companies to secure critical cornerstone patents where prosecution had previously been difficult. 
  • Conducted extensive freedom to operate and patentability studies in the medical device space. 
  • Developed strategies for designing products around competitor patents in the consumer products space. 
  • Worked with clients to develop a portfolio strategy using a mix of utility and design patents. 
  • Assisted with acquisition due diligences.
  • Boston Patent Law Association

Jen graduated summa cum laude from Suffolk University Law School with a concentration in Intellectual Property, with distinction. She placed first in the 2012 Honorable Water H. McLaughlin Appellate Advocacy Competition. She also received Best Brief and Best Oral Advocate awards in Legal Practice Skills, as well as an Academic Leadership Scholarship. 

Jen is a member of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society.

Articles

August 3, 2016

2 Strategies to Speed Up Your Patent Examination

Blogs

February 9, 2017

Definitely Not Indefinite: How the Specification Can Save a Claim from Indefiniteness

March 25, 2016

Supreme Court Takes Up First Design Patent Case in 100 Years

March 23, 2016

Federal Circuit Finds Claims Not Indefinite in Post-Nautilus Case



Jen co-wrote an article entitled "2 Strategies to Speed Up Your Patent Examination" in Recalculating, 97+ Experts on Driving Small Business Growth. The book is available here.


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Jennifer Wang focuses her practice on patent preparation and prosecution, opinion work, diligence, patent litigation, and post-grant proceedings. She is experienced in US and foreign patent prosecution, utility and design patent prosecution, freedom to-operate, landscape and patentability studies, IP due diligence and inter partes review (IPR). Jen has worked with clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, and develops comprehensive patent portfolio strategies that fit the business goals of her clients.

Jen works with clients in a wide range of technological fields, including consumer products, medical devices, manufacturing equipment, sporting goods, injection molding equipment, genome sequencing and robotics.

  • Worked closely with several start-up companies to secure critical cornerstone patents where prosecution had previously been difficult. 
  • Conducted extensive freedom to operate and patentability studies in the medical device space. 
  • Developed strategies for designing products around competitor patents in the consumer products space. 
  • Worked with clients to develop a portfolio strategy using a mix of utility and design patents. 
  • Assisted with acquisition due diligences.
  • Boston Patent Law Association

Jen graduated summa cum laude from Suffolk University Law School with a concentration in Intellectual Property, with distinction. She placed first in the 2012 Honorable Water H. McLaughlin Appellate Advocacy Competition. She also received Best Brief and Best Oral Advocate awards in Legal Practice Skills, as well as an Academic Leadership Scholarship. 

Jen is a member of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society.

Jen co-wrote an article entitled "2 Strategies to Speed Up Your Patent Examination" in Recalculating, 97+ Experts on Driving Small Business Growth. The book is available here.

Articles

August 3, 2016

2 Strategies to Speed Up Your Patent Examination

Blogs

February 9, 2017

Definitely Not Indefinite: How the Specification Can Save a Claim from Indefiniteness

March 25, 2016

Supreme Court Takes Up First Design Patent Case in 100 Years

March 23, 2016

Federal Circuit Finds Claims Not Indefinite in Post-Nautilus Case