Lock See Yu-Jahnes is experienced in US and foreign patent prosecution, and counsels clients on building patent portfolios to protect their IP and business interests.
Lock See’s technical experience spans a wide range of fields, including automotive systems and components, including charging systems for electric-vehicles, vision systems for autonomous vehicles, and tire technology; medical devices; technologies that use machine-learning; Internet of Things (IoT) systems; image processing methods and devices; communication protocols; consumer electronics, IC chips and fabrication processes; additive manufacturing equipment and processes; data storage devices; financial instruments; electronic trading platforms; and social-media platforms.
Lock See works closely with start-up clients to understand their technology and business goals, and to strategize on how to use IP to help meet short-term and long-term goals.
Lock See also has experience counseling and assisting established corporations, including assessing patent landscapes before development of new projects; providing defensive strategies for minimizing risk (e.g., strategies to “design around” claims); developing strategies to build and manage patent portfolios; managing large patent portfolios; and providing freedom-to-operate opinions and non-infringement opinions.
In connection with her post-doctoral research, Lock See was a co-recipient of the IBM Research Division Award.