Gene Su has worked in the intellectual property field since 1997, initially in the Silicon Valley and then the last several years in Asia. In 2006, 仁盛國際/Su IP Consulting (SIC), an intellectual property consulting firm specialized in IP related matters in the U.S., Taiwan, and China, was founded. At SIC, Gene leads a team of dedicated IP professionals to provide customized IP services to companies ranging from promising technology start-ups to Fortune 100 corporations in the areas of patent procurement, IP strategy, freedom-to-operate analysis, infringement/non-infringement/invalidity analysis, technology transactions, litigation support, and training.
Gene has extensive law firm and in-house experience. Prior to SIC, Gene worked in the Taipei office of Jones Day and also the Palo Alto office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP, where he advised clients in technology transactions, cross-border patent licensing, technology transfer, litigation matters, patent prosecution, patent portfolio development, patent non-infringement analysis, and opinion related matters. In addition, Gene was the Director of the Intellectual Property Team at the Quanta Research Institute ("QRI"), the research arm of the Quanta group. He worked with senior executives to develop and implement programs to promote and extract value innovations from the QRI and the partners of the QRI. Gene also worked in the legal department of Intel Corporation for over three and half years, where he prepared and prosecuted patent applications, evaluated patents for potential acquisition, developed and managed patent portfolios, and performed offensive and defensive infringement analysis.
Prior to entering the legal profession, Gene worked as an engineer for over five years. As a former senior engineer at Intel Corporation, he led efforts in the development of device drivers and communication stacks. He also worked in the areas of videoconferencing, networking, signal processing, and image processing technologies.
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