Agnes Juang's practice focuses on obtaining intellectual property protection and providing counsel to clients in the fields of pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and medical devices. Her expertise includes strategic worldwide patent procurement, portfolio development and management, counseling on patent strategy, patentability and infringement analysis, due diligence, and licensing.
She currently represents clients in the pharmaceuticals, energy storage, material, nanotechnology, polymer, ultrasound catheter, and cardiovascular industries.
Agnes earned her doctorate degree from California Institute of Technology, where she focused her research on photoelectrochemistry at semiconductor/liquid and semiconductor/solid interfaces. She developed methods to protect silicon surfaces from oxidation by covalent attachment of polymer overlayers while maintaining its electrical property. Agnes also investigated the air stability of modified silicon surfaces using x-ray photospectroscopy and photoconductivity decay measurements.
Extern for the Honorable Andrew Wistrich, U.S. District Court Central District of California
Co-Author, "The Complex Litigation Surrounding Remicade And Its Biosimilar Challengers," Biosimilar Development (2017)
Effects of Surface Modification on Charge-Carrier Dynamics at Semiconductor Interfaces. Dissertation, California Institute of Technology, 2003.
Co-author, “Formation of Covalently-Attached Polymer Overlayers on Si(111) Surfaces Using Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization Methods,” Langmuir, 17, 1321-1323 (2001).
Co-author, “Preparation of Air-Stable, Low Recombination Velocity of Si(111) Surfaces Through Alkyl Termination,” Appl. Phys. Lett., 77, 1988-1990 (2000).
Co-author, “Photoelectrochemical Behavior of n-GaAs and n-AlxGa1-xAs,” J. Phys. Chem. B, 104, 5436-5447 (2001).
Speeches & Seminars
Presenter, "Navigating the Patent Minefield," Sino-American Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Professionals Association (SABPA) 9th Annual Biomedical Forum, Costa Mesa, CA (April 26, 2014).
Co-presenter, "What Businesses & Engineers Need to Know About Recent Changes in U.S. Patent Law", American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME OC Section) and Sino-American Biomedical and Pharmaceuticals Professionals Association (SABPA) (November 8, 2012).
"Intellectual Property Considerations During Product Development," Sino-American Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Professionals Association (SABPA) 7th Annual Biomedical Forum, UCI (April 28, 2012).
Presentations at the American Chemical Society National Meetings and the 13th International Conference on Photochemical Conversion and Storage of Solar Energy.