Tommy SF Wang (王崧峰) is the founder and principal of Wang IP Law Group, P.C. specializing in Intellectual Property Law. Mr. Wang is a Registered Patent Attorney who is licensed to practice law in California, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, Central District of California ,and Southern District of California, the 9th District Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Mr. Wang has extensive experience representing clients in both federal and state courts as well as throughout the country. Mr. Wang also advises numerous international clients on U.S. Patent Law.
Mr. Wang has filed thousands of patents, trademarks, and copyrights and is experienced in negotiating licensing agreements and obtaining favorable settlements for his clients in order to avoid costly trials. Additionally, Mr. Wang is experienced in Intellectual Property litigation through the U.S. Federal District Courts, United States Courts of Appeals, and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) and Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB).
Although Mr. Wang’s practice is primarily focused on patent, trademark, and copyright, he regularly represents clients in antitrust and trade regulation, unfair competition, international business transactions, and other complex business litigation matters. Additionally, Mr. Wang is an expert adviser to international businesses in U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulatory compliance.
Mr. Wang’s clients range from multinational public corporations to individual entrepreneurs who have just started their business journey. Mr. Wang specializes in representing clients on international business transactions in and between China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the United States. Mr. Wang is fluent in English, Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese, and serves as outside general counsel to many clients seeking legal management and counseling services with regard to their business affairs.
As a trained Biochemist, Mr. Wang devotes a large portion of his practice for the preparation and prosecution of patent applications in the field of medical devices, biochemical sciences, and chemical sciences. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Wang worked as a clinical research coordinator at the Hospital of University of Pennsylvania’s Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Mr. Wang’s research experience allowed him to contribute to several ground-breaking projects from conceptualization to Internal Review Board and Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approval. Mr. Wang also worked as a patent search professional at Cardinal Intellectual Property, where he conducted patentability, infringement, validity, freedom to operate, and landscape searches while drafting opinions based on his findings.
Mr. Wang regularly pens articles for Chinese-American news media outlets to provide legal analysis and insight on Intellectual Property issues. Mr. Wang has contributed to publications such as World Journal, China Press, Sing Tao Daily, City Newsweek, and Epoch Times. He has also been interviewed by CBS, Fox News, ABC7, and NBC for his legal expertise. Mr. Wang is also frequently interviewed in news segments for ETTV America for his interpretation on the legal aspects of current events. In addition to his news commentary, Mr. Wang hosts a weekly segment providing tips to business owners, inventors, and entrepreneurs on intellectual property rights and the key to building a successful company.
Mr. Wang is also featured in the hit reality TV show, iBoss, where he provides guidance and assistance to emerging entrepreneurs and business enthusiasts on their journey to success. With rich experiences navigating both the business and legal realms, Mr. Wang recognizes the value of sound advice and seeks to share his secrets to success through his role on the show.
Recognition and Accolades
With his multinational clientele expanding from the United States to Asia to Europe, Mr. Wang is uniquely positioned not only due to his expertise in the field but because of his valuable resources to assist high profile global entrepreneurship in the business. He has been:
- Hailed in Los Angeles Confidential Magazine as “one of the preeminent intellectual property attorneys in the business.”
- Spotlighted in the Wall Street Journal
- Highlighted in MSNBC for his zealous drive as an entrepreneur spanning both the business and legal industry
- Featured in Forbes and Fortune for his uniquely international approach to the legal field
- Promoted in The New York Times
As a result of Mr. Wang’s successful and distinctive prospective on corporate and intellectual property law, Mr. Wang has been:
Memberships and Associations
Mr. Wang has dedicated his time to serve the community during his free time. He is the:
- Vice President and General Counsel to the Asian Pacific CPA Association (APCPAA)
- Legal Counsel to Sino American CPA Association (SACPAA).
- Advisor to the American Bar Association to reform Chinese government patent rules and regulations
- Prominent contributor in the revision of Intellectual Property law guidelines for the National Intellectual Property Administration of the People’s Republic of China (CNIPA).
- Grand Award Judge for Biochemistry at Intel’s International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).
- Grand Judge for the Biochemistry/Molecular Biology section of the California State Science Fair.
- Mr. Wang has also lectured at numerous highly regarded institutions including California Institute of Technology, University of Southern California, University of California at Los Angeles, Cathay Bank, Omni Bank, and the Chinese-American Engineers and Scientists Association of Southern California (CESASC).
Intellectual Property Areas of Practice:
Business Law Areas of Practice:
- State Bar of California
- United States District Court:
– Northern District of California
– Central District of California
– Southern District of California
– 9th District Court of Appeals
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
- Mandarin Chinese 國語
- Taiwanese 台語
- Conversational Spanish