Chen (Peter) Huang is an Associate Attorney at ADLI Law Group.
Peter’s practice primarily focuses on patent and trademark counseling, procurement, strategy planning and litigation support. He has drafted, filed and prosecuted hundreds of U.S. and foreign patent applications with an emphasis on electrical and mechanical arts.
Throughout the years, Peter has gained a wide spectrum of technical knowledge related to consumer electronics, electronic systems, mobile applications, mechanical devices, computer architectures, gaming devices and automobile accessories. Peter utilizes his skills and knowledge to advise and assist his clients in all aspects of IP matters which include securing and enforcing their IP rights. Peter also provides extensive and wide support for patent litigation, which include preparing infringement and invalidity claim charts and analysis, performing prior art searches and providing client strategic consultation.
Peter graduated from University of British Columbia with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and he obtained his Juris Doctor degree from University of Southern California, Gould School of Law. Prior to obtaining his law degree, he worked as an electrical engineer at a big technology company and also as a patent agent at a law firm.
Peter is fluent in spoken and written Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese. With his language skills, Peter is experienced in helping Asian companies with various IP matters.
ADLI attorney Monisha Coelho elected as Chair of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Litigation Section.
Monisha Coelho, Head of International Practice—India, ADLI Law Group, has been elected the Chair of the Litigation Section for the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA). Previously, Monisha was the…
The Daily Journal features ADLI attorney Anthony McClaren who recently conquered Mount Everest and avoided the fatal 2019 traffic jam.
Anthony McClaren, Head of Labor and Employment for ADLI Law Group recently returned home after summiting Mount Everest only a few days before the highly publicized fatal traffic jam on…
Josh Eichenstein’s article published in The Daily Journal discusses combating IP infringement on social media platforms, particularly how some popular accounts profit using third-party content without a license. The Daily…