Uven Chong is a technical advisor in the firm’s intellectual property litigation group. Uven is a seasoned patent litigation advisor, having worked on transportation, semiconductor, network security, and telecommunications issues in cases filed in the Western District of Texas, Eastern District of Texas, and Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

Prior to joining the firm, Uven was a senior lead engineer at a major management and technology consulting firm, where he advised government clients on policies for the use and regulation of emerging autonomous technologies, such as unmanned aircraft systems and urban air mobility. Uven has also consulted for the World Bank and the Millennium Challenge Corporation, where he evaluated the road safety impact of large construction projects in emerging economies.

Uven earned a PhD in Engineering from the University of Cambridge. As part of his thesis, he led innovative research on the environmental impacts of emissions control technologies for heavy duty diesel engines. 


  • Centripetal Inc. v. Palo Alto Networks (E.D. Va.; PTAB) – Assisting Palo Alto Networks against a 13-patent infringement suit related to firewall and network security.
  • Godo Kaisha IP Bridge 1 v. Micron Technology, Inc. (W.D. Tex.) – Assisting IP Bridge in a 4-patent infringement suit related to dynamic random access memory semiconductor devices.
  • Ultravision Techs., LLC v. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (E.D. Tex.) – Assisted Samsung in a 7-patent infringement suit related to LED monitors and display devices.
  • Conducted patent portfolio assessments and freedom to operate analyses that enhanced the business strategy for multinational companies in multiple sectors, including videoconferencing, food and beverage, and automotive industries.

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