Technology Transfer Primer: Quality Patent Claims | 4 Feb (Thu), 5:30 pm | Zoom Webinar
04 Feb 2021Back to Events
Technology Transfer Primer: Quality Patent Claims
Time: 5:30 - 6:30, HKT (9:30 - 10.30 am UK time)
Speakers: Ms Hsu Min Chung (Partner of HGF Limited) & Dr Christopher Benson (Partner of HGF Limited)
Venue: Zoom (a Registration Confirmation email with Zoom link will send to you before the meeting)
Patent claims are the most important part of the patent application because it is the claims that define the invention for which protection is granted. In this webinar, we will share some principles and techniques of drafting high quality patent claims.
Bio of Speakers
Ms Hsu Min Chung
Hsu Min specialises in patents in the fields of chemistry, material science and pharmaceuticals. Her experience includes drafting and prosecuting patent applications in a wide range of technologies, including those relating to pharmaceuticals, catalytic processes, household products, electrochemistry, petrochemicals, osmosis, medical devices and polymers. She works for a variety of clients including universities, start-ups and multi-national corporations.
Hsu Min has a First-Class Masters’ Degree in Chemistry from Oxford University. She started in the patent profession in private practice in 1996, before joining the in-house patent department of a FTSE 100 multinational Oil & Gas company. She joined HGF as a Partner in 2011, having been a Partner at another major patent firm.
Dr Christopher Benson
Chris principally handles patent matters in the areas of electronics, computer software and physics.
Chris has prosecuted and advised on patents relating to electronic circuits and systems, including computer processors and semiconductor devices, computer based inventions, such as graphics processing, computer algorithms and computer communications, consumer electronics such as navigation devices and home electronics, and also carbon nanotube-based inventions.
Chris represents a wide range of clients from multi-national companies to start-up companies at the outset of developing their IP portfolio. Chris regularly attends proceedings at the European Patent Office, particularly before Examining Divisions. Chris has also represented clients in proceedings before the UK Intellectual Property Office.
Chris graduated from Lancaster University, UK in 1999 with a first class degree in Computer Systems Engineering. He then obtained a PhD from Lancaster University through the study of electronic radiation detectors and the effect of radiation on microelectronic devices. His PhD studies involved the production of a microelectronic dosimeter for real-time in-vivo radiation dosimetry of patients during radiotherapy and the response measurement of MOSFET- based dosimeters to differing radiation fields.
Chris qualified as a Chartered and European Patent Attorney in 2006. Chris joined HGF in 2008 and became a Partner in 2010.
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