A demonstrated passion for technology and innovation
A battle-tested legal strategist, John Wang boasts nearly two decades of experience in comprehensive IP applications spanning patent preparation and prosecution, litigation and dispute resolution, and a wide array of emerging technology licensing and transactions. John’s curiosity and desire to serve his clients are fueled by the never-ending developments in case law surrounding intellectual property claims. His extensive knowledge of the Lidar and autonomous driving industry, combined with multiple engineering degrees and years of working with OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers, make him an invaluable resource for the firm.
The New Jersey-based attorney’s practice centers around patent preparation and prosecution, litigation and dispute resolution, technology licensing and IP transactions, as well as risk assessment and compliance. His dedication to staying at the forefront of industry advancements allows him to provide the best possible service to his clients.
A self-described “tech maniac,” John is deeply passionate and tuned in to the latest developments in AI and machine learning, complex software and IT, semiconductors and beyond.
Combining a strong technical background with a stronger case history
With a doctorate in mechanical engineering, John possesses a deep understanding of the physics underlying the patents he works on. This advantage greatly assists him in the art of crafting claims to the legal rights of information, ensuring thorough protection for his clients’ inventions. It has also led to the drafting and prosecution of more than 2,000 patent applications throughout his career.
John’s comprehensive understanding of the Chinese market and strong connections with Chinese corporations further strengthen his ability to assist clients seeking to expand their presence or protect their IP rights abroad.
In his free time, John enjoys dissecting the ins and outs of any gadget he can get his hands on, shooting the occasional hoop and staying up-to-date on emerging trends in tech and IP law.