Ji Mao is an intellectual property attorney in Holland & Knight's New York office who focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation and transactions. Mr. Mao represents clients in patent, copyright, and trademark disputes, as well as related matters and state law claims, and has counseled clients in a variety of diverse technical areas, including telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, and light-emitting diodes.
Mr. Mao also advises clients on transactions in the pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and chemical fields. When working on complicated licenses and research agreements, Mr. Mao has experience identifying and avoiding conflicts across multiple agreements on closely related technology. He also has particular experience protecting a company's ability to practice and grant further licenses in the field.
Including through his hands-on research that lead to his master's degree in medical sciences, Mr. Mao has substantial experience in and knowledge of biochemistry, immunology, pharmacology, pathology and human physiology. This background allows him to quickly and fully grasp the concepts underlying the technologies in these areas and advise clients with regard to infringement, validity and intellectual property strategy.
While attending law school, Mr. Mao served as an articles editor of the Journal of Science & Technology Law. His journal note focused on the evidentiary admissibility of the denial of an inter partes review petition. Mr. Mao's master's thesis was directed to the effect of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on pain perception in patients undergoing methadone and buprenorphine maintenance.
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