Alexander D. Zeng practices intellectual property law with a focus in patent litigation in medical device technologies. Alexander also practices trademark and copyright enforcement, due diligence, and patent prosecution.
Alexander has experience working on intellectual property matters in industries such as medical devices, food and beverage, consumer goods, fitness, fashion, cryptocurrency, entertainment, and consumer electronics. He has prosecuted medical device patents within the cardiovascular, orthopedic, urology, wound healing, and gastroenterology spaces.
Prior to joining the firm, he worked as a research scientist at USC where he was involved with research on the effect of APOE e4 on brain lipids and at UCLA where he was involved with research with polymeric biomaterials.
He graduated from the University of California Los Angeles with his B.S. in Bioengineering and the University of Southern California with his M.S. in Medical Device and Diagnostic Engineering.
During law school at the University of California Irvine, Alexander was a Research Editor on Law Review and was a member of the UCI Intellectual Property, Art, and Technology clinic where he worked on start-up counseling, trademark prosecution, and fair use analysis for documentary filmmakers.
Judicial extern under the Honorable James V. Selna in the Central District of California
Author, Rights holders need to keep faith in standard-essential patents, IAM-Media
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