Takashi Saito focuses his practice on patent prosecution in the area of electronic devices, processes, materials, circuitries, energy devices and medical devices.
Takashi has worked as a research engineer in a semiconductor process technology area and as an intellectual property (IP) specialist for several divisions of a global consumer electronics manufacturer. In that capacity, he handled a variety of IP matters, including patent applications, patent infringement and trademarks.
Takashi authored several technical papers on a semiconductor process area in different academic journals and at international conferences. He is a first inventor of two US patents and several Japanese patents.
Takashi earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering. He was also registered as a patent attorney in Japan (2001 to 2005).
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