|Benjamin Y. Han|
Benjamin Y. Han’s practice encompasses all aspects of intellectual property law, with an emphasis on patent and trademark prosecution, counseling, litigation, and licensing. Benjamin’s experience includes providing counseling to clients in the fields of medical devices, semiconductors, networks, wireless communications, e-commerce, software, imaging, electrical components, business methods, and mechanical devices.
Benjamin has extensive experience in all aspects of patent prosecution, both U.S. and foreign, from invention harvesting through prosecution to issuance. He provides strategic counseling to clients, which has included post-grant proceedings and conducting IP due diligence in corporate transactions, as well as assessments of patentability, validity/invalidity, and product clearances/freedom-to-operate. Benjamin has also represented clients in proceedings before the U.S. District Courts and the International Trade Commission.
Benjamin received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University in 2000 and a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School in 2007. Prior to attending law school, Benjamin worked as an electrical engineer in the semiconductor industry. Before joining Cooper & Dunham, Benjamin practiced at a large intellectual property boutique law firm and large general practice firms, and also served as Senior Intellectual Property Counsel for a Fortune 500 company, where he was the lead IP counsel in the U.S. for one of the company’s business units. Benjamin is admitted to the New York State Bar and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.