Genie Tu Associate

Genie focuses on all aspects of intellectual property matters with a concentration on patent litigation. She holds a M.S. in Electrical Engineering.

Genie has handled cases involving a diverse range of technologies, including next generation wireless communications, e-commerce, system security, light emitting diode (LED), semiconductor devices/circuits, medical devices, and oil drilling and production.  In particular, Genie has extensive experience with issues relating to standard essential patents.

On the corporate and business side, she helps with domestic and international IP transactions, including merger & acquisitions and technology licensing negotiation.  

Genie is a co-inventor of several U.S. and foreign patents relating to LED package and illumination systems.  She is fluent in English, Mandarin, and Taiwanese.


Represented a number of U.S. and China major wireless communication companies in patent litigation defense relating to standard essential patents and wireless chip design.

Represented a U.S. wireless tech company in patent litigation defense in the Eastern District of Texas relating to wireless image processing technology.  

Represented a Taiwan-based PC company in patent litigation defense in the Eastern District of Texas relating to computer security system.

Represented a Taiwan-based packaging company in connection with breach of contract and warranties, DTPA, and fraud matters in the Eastern District of Texas.

Assisted a U.S. major wireless communication company with unfair competition investigation by foreign government entities.

Represented a Chinese technology research institute and U.S. medical device company in Re-examination and Appeal proceedings relating to optical devices and medical devices.

Represented a U.S. Fortune 500 Conglomerate performing on-site IP due diligence in an acquisition of a Chinese medical device company.  

Represented hospitals and petroleum companies in connection with negotiation of licensing agreements, service agreements, and confidentiality agreements.

  • Washington University School of Law, LLM, 2009
  • National Chiao Tung University, LLM, 2008
  • National Chiao Tung University, MS, Electrical Engineering, 2006
  • National Chiao Tung University, BS, Electrophysics, 2004

State Bar of Texas

Dallas Bar Association

Dallas Asian American Bar Association

  • Co-author, Investigation of Hot Carrier Degradation Modes in LDMOS by Using Novel three-Region Charge Pumping Technique, Int. Reliability Phys. Symp. (IRPS), 2006
  • New York
  • Texas
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Mandarin-Chinese
  • Taiwanese
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