PatentK Has Grown Bigger!
May 9, 2020
Over the last few years, we have accomplished a large number of patent applications with our clients, added many new partners, and have now grown bigger than ever before.
Due to the great demand, this has placed on us, we have been recruiting and have just added two new members to our expert team. J.D. Naveen Kashyap has recently joined us as Attorney at Law in Patents and Doctor Lan Luo as a senior scientist in Drug/Chemistry and patent writer.
Naveen Kashyap is a state-registered lawyer; he got his Juris Doctor from Western Michigan University, USA.
He previously worked as Attorney at Law in Dinsmore & Shohl LLP in Ann Arbor Michigan for 6 years
“I joined PatentK because the business keeps expanding! The expansion meant the team needed another experienced lawyer to help manage the applications, and that’s what I do. ”
“Although I’m new to the business, I have felt at home straight away. My colleagues are very helpful and knowledgeable about patents and have a passion for making sure our customers get what they want when they want it. ”
“I enjoy being hands-on, working hard, and being enthusiastic about what I do – and I’m already learning more skills that will help me in my career.”
Lan Luo is a chemist in areas like synthetic organic chemistry, drug, analytical chemistry, biophysics and molecular biology; she got Ph.D. from the University of Chicago and worked as Postdoctoral Fellow in Boston University.
Lan Luo is delighted to be a part of PatentK successful story and the recent growth of the company:
It helps to have a Ph.D. for patent. The degree to better understand an invention and search journal articles more effectively. My science background is beneficial to patent work. I am involved in preparing and prosecuting patent applications with an advanced scientific background. In general, my position involves many of the technical aspects of patent prosecution, including doing background and prior art searches, drafting the specifications and preparing reference figures for patent applications, and giving technical expertise during invention evaluation. The work of this nature may focus a great deal of research and development while including patent considerations.