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Si (Annie) Chen

Annie’s educational background in nanoengineering allows her to quickly learn technology in many different fields, including physics, electrical and mechanical engineering, and chemistry.  While an undergrad at the University Of Toronto, Annie interned at the Leibniz Institute For New Materials in Germany where she worked on light scattering methods with nano-rods.  While at Cornell Law School she served as editor for Cornell Law Review.  Her law school experience also included attending Bucerius Law  School in Hamburg, Germany.  Annie currently focuses on patent prosecution matters, including drafting patent applications, responding to office actions, examiner interviews, and appeal briefs in the fields of electrical, mechanical and software technologies.  She has significant patent litigation experience, which includes drafting Markman briefs, expert reports, preparing for depositions and various discovery matters in the pharmaceutical and telecommunication fields.  Annie is fluent in Mandarin and uses her language skills in pro bono matters.

 

Annie’s educational background in nanoengineering allows her to quickly learn technology in many different fields, including physics, electrical and mechanical engineering, and chemistry.  While an undergrad at the University Of Toronto, Annie interned at the Leibniz Institute For New Materials in Germany where she worked on light scattering methods with nano-rods.  While at Cornell Law School she served as editor for Cornell Law Review.  Her law school experience also included attending Bucerius Law  School in Hamburg, Germany.  Annie currently focuses on patent prosecution matters, including drafting patent applications, responding to office actions, examiner interviews, and appeal briefs in the fields of electrical, mechanical and software technologies.  She has significant patent litigation experience, which includes drafting Markman briefs, expert reports, preparing for depositions and various discovery matters in the pharmaceutical and telecommunication fields.  Annie is fluent in Mandarin and uses her language skills in pro bono matters.

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    Annie’s educational background in nanoengineering allows her to quickly learn technology in many different fields, including physics, electrical and mechanical engineering, and chemistry.  While an undergrad at the University Of Toronto, Annie interned at the Leibniz Institute For New Materials in Germany where she worked on light scattering methods with nano-rods.  While at Cornell Law School she served as editor for Cornell Law Review.  Her law school experience also included attending Bucerius Law  School in Hamburg, Germany.  Annie currently focuses on patent prosecution matters, including drafting patent applications, responding to office actions, examiner interviews, and appeal briefs in the fields of electrical, mechanical and software technologies.  She has significant patent litigation experience, which includes drafting Markman briefs, expert reports, preparing for depositions and various discovery matters in the pharmaceutical and telecommunication fields.  Annie is fluent in Mandarin and uses her language skills in pro bono matters.

     

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