Gino Cheng

Managing Associate
Intellectual Property

Gino Cheng is a managing associate in the Orange County office and is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.  He has experience in federal court litigation, patent prosecution and trademark registration proceedings before the United States Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.  His practice focuses on patent litigation and trademark prosecution.

Mr. Cheng has represented clients in various federal district courts, including those in the District of Oregon, Northern District of California, Eastern District of Texas and Northern District of Illinois. He has experience with a wide range of technologies, including photonics, optical amplifiers, telecommunication systems, signal transport protocols, digital media recorders and players, optical storage media, magnetic storage media, touch-panels, and time-multiplexed emulation systems.

The following is a sample of his notable cases.

  • Fujitsu Limited.  Mr. Cheng is a member of a team representing Fujitsu and its subsidiaries in various patent infringement litigations involving optical communication products.
  • LG Electronics.  Mr. Cheng is a member of a team representing LG Electronics in a patent infringement litigation involving digital media and handheld devices.
  • Synopsys, Inc.  Mr. Cheng is a member of a team representing Synopsys and its subsidiaries in a patent litigation seeking declaratory judgment on various patents involving hardware emulation technology.
  • EVE-USA, Inc. & Emulation and Verification Engineering, S.A.  Mr. Cheng is a member of a team representing EVE in various patent infringement litigations involving hardware emulation technology.
  • TPK Touch Solutions, Inc.  Mr. Cheng is a member of a team representing TPK in USPTO inter partes review proceedings for various patents involving touch panel technology.
Gino Cheng
  • J.D., Intellectual Property Concentration, Yeshiva University, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 2008
  • B.S., Engineering Sciences (Electrical), Yale University, 2004
  • Attended, University of Oxford
  • Notes Editor, Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2007-2008
  • 1st Place, Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal's Comments Contest 2007
  • Association of the Bar of the City of New York Minority Fellowship 2005-2006
  • State Bar of California

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