Mr James Chen > Kangxin Partners, p.c. > Beijing, China > Lawyer Profile

Kangxin Partners, p.c.
FLOOR 16, TOWER A, INDO BUILDING
A48 ZHICHUN ROAD, HAIDIAN DISTRICT
BEIJING 100098
China

Work Department

Patent

Position

Partner, Head of Foreign Patent Department

Career

Prior to joining Kangxin Partners, P. C. in 2004, Mr. Chen worked for the National Defense Industry Publish House. He is experienced in general chemical, mechanical and electrical patent work. Currently at Kangxin, Mr. Chen specializes in patent prosecution, with a focus on semiconductor devices & fabrication, material processing, polymer composite, electronics, liquid crystal driver circuits, electronic components, electrical instruments and digital processing. He also provides clients with technical advice on validity search, infringement search and responses to Office Actions. Mr. Chen is credited by his in-depth and comprehensive understanding of IP related laws and regulations. He is well known for his ability to analyze complicated facts and propose feasible solutions based on his abundant professional knowledge and practical experience. In 2013, he was promoted as the head of foreign patent department at Kangxin.

Languages

Chinese, English

Education

Mr. James Chen received his Bachelor degree of Science in Macromolecule & Composite Material 2000 and his Master degree of Science in Material Processing Engineering 2003 at Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics. His IP background includes completing training on U.S. patent prosecution and International Trade Commission practice at CONNOLLY BOVE LODGE & HUTZ LLP in Washington D.C. and Wilmington in the U.S.A.

Lawyer Rankings

China > Intellectual property: PRC firms

Kangxin Partners, p.c.‘s key area is patent filing and prosecution work, with three specialised divisions focussing on electronics, chemistry and life sciences and mechanics. Shirley Dong  and James Chen  respectively lead the domestic and foreign patent departments and and deal with a large volume of patent applications. Aside from patents, the firm also has a sizeable trademarks offering; Gloria Wu  assists international brands with developing protection strategies in China. Managing partner Samson Yu  is another name to note and advises on a range of contentious and prosecution issues.