Ms. Gu has obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics in 1992 and obtained her Master’s degree of Materials Science and Engineering from University of Science and Technology Beijing in 1995.
Ms. Gu passed the National Patent Attorney Qualification Examination in 1996 with a score ranked top ten. She studied Japanese Intellectual Property Law in Japan in 1999, and obtained her LLM at the Franklin Pierce Law Center in 2001.
As a patent attorney for more than 20 years, Ms. Gu has handled thousands of patent prosecutions. She is not only very familiar with the procedures from drafting patent applications to granting patent rights, but also good at the patent post-grants. She has handled thousands of office actions (including re-examination), hundreds of patent invalidations and dozens of patent litigations. When handling the office action, she can accurately grasp the examiner’s opinions and provide practical solutions for applicants to consider and choose, so as to maximize the protection scope of the invention. Due to her keen grasp of the disputed technical and legal issues and strong speculative ability, Ms. Gu performed professionally in handling patent invalidations and litigations and protected the clients’ rights and interests.
Ms. Gu has a good command of the intellectual property system, related laws and regulations in Europe, the United States and Japan. She collaborated with others in publishing the Handbook of Intellectual Property and published an article entitled "How to invalidate a Chinese patent" in a magazine called Managing Intellectual Property.
Ms. Gu has been working in China Sinda Intellectual Property Limited since November 1995. During that time, she worked as a patent attorney assistant, patent attorney and partner successively. In 2005, Ms. Gu joined Beijing Tee & Howe Intellectual Property Attorneys.
Technical Fields: Material Science, Vehicle Engineering, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Physics
Languages: Chinese, English