Raymond J. Ho has more than twenty-five (25) years of experience in various aspects of intellectual property matters, including intellectual property litigation, patent and trademark prosecution, and technology licensing and transactions involving patentability, validity, and infringement analyses for clients in the technology sector. Mr. Ho is particularly knowledgeable in the fields of computer hardware and software; date processing; electronic circuits and displays; image processing; integrated circuits; internet-related applications; medical devices; semiconductor and laser fabrications; and telecommunications.
Previously, Mr. Ho had advised clients in the partner or of counsel capacity, through several major Washington, D.C. based law firms, providing clients services and opinions in the areas of licensing and complex litigation, patent procurement of domestic and foreign patents and transactions counseling. He had successfully assisted major Taiwanese companies in complex multi-patent cases filed in the International Trade Commission (ITC) and federal district courts throughout the United States. Mr. Ho had also acted as a second opinion counsel for clients, and negotiated as well as settled large amount favorably for clients.
The cases that Mr. Ho had previously participated include Diagnostic Devices, Inc. v. TaiDoc Technology Corp. (Western District of North Carolina, Charlotte Division), Linex Technologies, Inc. v. Belkin International, Inc., et al. (Tyler Division for the Eastern District of Texas), Cathy Waltz v. Safco Products Co. (Santa Barbara, CA, Anacapa Division), Rambus v. Nvidia et al. (337 ITC Proceeding - Certain Semiconductor Chips Having synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory Controllers and Products Containing the Same), Spansion v. Samsung Electronics et al. (337 ITC Proceeding - Certain Flash Memory Chips and Products Containing the Same), L&K Precision Technology v. Craig Li (Superior Court of California, Orange County), and Tessera v. ChipMOS (337 ITC Proceeding - Certain Semiconductor Chips with Minimized Chip package size and products containing same).
Mr. Ho is also a gifted bilingual lecturer. He had frequently spoken on such intellectual property topics as the Economic Espionage Act, information disclosure requirements before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, copyrights, and trademark and domain name registrations.
Mr. Ho had also conducted numerous seminars in both English and Mandarin Chinese for intellectual property practitioners in Taiwan and China. His lecture series were praised by numerous distinguished professionals in the IP field, including the retired Honorable Chief Judge Randall R. Radar of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Articles written by Mr. Ho had been published in legal journals such as the International Legal Society and Intellectual Property Management. As a guest speaker for the Voice of America, Mr. Ho spoke to worldwide listeners on various intellectual property issues such as copyright and publicity rights. Mr. Ho had also conducted numerous seminars in both English and Mandarin Chinese to intellectual property practitioners in Taiwan and China, and granted numerous interviews to major television station in Taiwan.