Mr. Hua is experienced in the practice of intellectual property law, with particular emphasis in patent prosecution and patent litigation in the fields of electrical and computer technologies. His practice has spanned a variety of industries, including telecommunications, medical devices, semiconductor design/manufacturing, control systems, biometric identification, and financial services.
Mr. Hua has drafted and prosecuted hundreds of patent applications, including utility and design patents, spanning a diverse range of technological fields. He also works closely with foreign attorneys to help clients protect their intellectual property abroad.
Additionally, Mr. Hua has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in dozens of patent litigations throughout the United States, and has been involved with corresponding inter partes review proceedings that have resulted in successful resolution of their respective litigations.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Hua interned at the University of Illinois’ Laboratory of Optical Physics and Engineering where he received the Senior Design Project Research Award in connection with his work on microplasma discharge arrays. He also worked as an undergraduate research assistant at Argonne National Laboratory.