Evert Uy Tu

Practices

Industries

Education and Clerkships

J.D., University of California, Berkeley School of Law, 2003, Member, Berkeley Technology Law Journal

B.S., Chemistry, University of the Philippines, 1998, magna cum laude

Bar Admissions

California, 2003

District of Columbia, 2004

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2005

Languages

Chinese (Fukien)

Tagalog

Profile

Evert Uy Tu's practice is focused in the area of intellectual property law, with a particular emphasis on patent law. Her experience covers a wide variety of technologies including generic pharmaceutical formulations and processes, business methods, food chemistry products, materials science, office supplies, oil drilling equipment, activated carbon technology, semiconductor manufacturing, and medical devices. Her practice includes preparation and prosecution of patent applications, along with patent counseling and opinions in connection with ANDA filings as well as other commercial products and services, including patentability, freedom to operate, validity and non-infringement opinions.

Evert also assists clients with intellectual property due diligence and drafting intellectual property agreements, including licenses and confidentiality agreements. 

Selected Client Representations 

  • Counsel pharmaceutical clients regarding patent issues in connection with ANDA filings
  • Prepare and prosecute patents to chemical and pharmaceutical compositions and processes
  • Provide litigation support in a trade secret case involving activated carbon technology

Professional Recognition

  • Pro Bono service award from Winston & Strawn LLP, 2004 

Professional and Community Activities

  • State Bar of California 
  • District of Columbia Bar 
  • National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
  • Participant in 2010-2012 Advocacy and Justice Clinic (D.C. Bar Pro Bono Program)

Recent Publications

  • "USPTO's Final Rejection of a Patent Isn't So Final," co-authored with Jeffrey A. Wolfson, Law360, September 5, 2013 
  • "Proceed With Caution: Does That Employment Agreement Have A Proper IP Assignment?" co-authored with Jeffrey A. Wolfson, Lexology, June 9, 2011
  • "Effective Affidavit Practice," UT CLE 2011 Advanced Patent Law Institute Materials, January 20, 2011
  • "Proceed with caution: does that employment agreement have a proper IP assignment?" co-authored with Jeffrey A. Wolfson, Lexology, June 9, 2011
  • "'Abbreviated' Biologics Applications: The Reality of Providing Biosimilar Products," co-authored with Jeffrey A. Wolfson, IPO Annual Meeting Conference Materials, September 12-14, 2010

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