Claudine Wong is a registered patent attorney who focuses her practice on patent prosecution and counseling, with an emphasis on electronics and software.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Wong worked as an associate in the Palo Alto office of an international law firm where she practiced patent prosecution in the areas of computer, software, mechanical and electrical inventions. Previously, Ms. Wong spent 15 years as a hardware engineer in the semiconductor field, specializing in pre-silicon verification. She began this career as an undergraduate with internships at IBM and continued her career through large, small and startup semiconductor design firms. She helped to develop various ASIC and FPGA-based designs, including microprocessors, network devices, and video applications. She has knowledge in many software and hardware programming languages and libraries, including System Verilog, OVM/UVM, Verilog, SystemC, C++/C, Perl and Java.
While attending law school, Ms. Wong was Senior Production Editor of the Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal. She also competed in the Cardozo/BMI Entertainment and Communications Law Moot Court Competition in 2012 and the Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Moot Court Competition in 2010-2011.
In 2010, Ms. Wong studied abroad in Shanghai, China and Munich, Germany. She can speak some Dutch and can read and translate in Spanish.
Santa Clara University School of Law, J.D. Dean’s List (2010, 2011), CALI Award in Legal Research and Writing, CALI Award in Criminal Law
University of California, Berkeley, B.S., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2014)
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