Grace Lee brings a unique combination of legal perspective and technical expertise to her intellectual property practice. Prior to entering her legal profession, Grace Lee was a process engineer with extensive experience in developing new nano-scale semiconductor structures and materials for a Fortune 500 company. The engineering experience has shaped Grace’s IP practice. She understands both the legal and technical challenges when seeking patent protection for new technologies so she can successfully help the clients develop and protect their intellectual property.
Grace has drafted and prosecuted foreign and domestic patent applications for a wide variety of technologies, including semiconductor processing and equipment, liquid-crystal displays, light-emitting diode devices, medical devices, energy products, chemical products and more. Grace has also provided legal support for re-examination proceedings, pre-litigation patent analyses and due diligence on IP assets. Grace has also helped start-up companies set up their in-house IP strategies that meet both their technical needs and business goals.
Grace is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
United States Patent and Trademark Office
LLM, Franklin Pierce Law Center, 2005
M.E., Material Science and Engineering, National Chiao-Tung University (NCTU), 2001
B.S. Applied Chemistry Science, National Chiao-Tung University (NCTU), 1999