“I approach my job from a quantitative, data-driven, and analytical perspective that informs clients not just of the nuances of their particular situation, but also those of the overall landscape.”

Gene’s practice focuses on intellectual property litigation. Admitted to the Patent Bar, he has successfully litigated in the district courts and before the USPTO in various technologies such as network-attached storage, flash memory, computer peripherals, intelligent power distribution units, modular power supplies, display mounts, and web locator services. He has also represented clients in trade secret, copyright, and trademark cases.

Prior to joining the firm, Gene practiced in the Intellectual Property, Data Security & Privacy, and Litigation groups at Hoge Fenton Jones & Appel, Inc., and also at Mount Spelman PC. During law school, he was selected as a consultant for the school’s IP and Business Formation Clinic. In this role, Gene advised local startups and nonprofits on their intellectual property rights in patents, copyright, and trade secrets, in the U.S. and abroad. Prior to law school, he worked for two years as a bioanalyst at Chiron Corporation.

Born in Taiwan, Gene is fluent in Mandarin and conversational in Taiwanese.