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Chang practices intellectual property law, with a focus on patent counseling and protection of electronics and software technologies. During law school, Chang served as an editor of the Journal of Law and Public Policy. Prior to joining Knobbe Martens, he was an associate at an intellectual property boutique law firm in New York. Click here to read full bio
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently authorized the use of what it described as a “first-of-its-kind” medical device to treat infants for a birth defect called esophageal atresia, in which the upper esophagus
Sportbrain Holdings LLC (“Sportbrain”) is a company that was previously engaged in the business of selling fitness trackers. Sportbrain recently sued eight smartwatch manufacturers for alleged infringement of its U.S. Patent No.
The Food and Drug Administration has issued a statement announcing that the FDA and representatives from the medical device industry and laboratory community have reached an agreement in principle on proposed recommendations for the fourth
An international team of researchers has recently showcased a tiny origami robot that can be swallowed and controlled by external magnetic fields. According to Daniela Rus, an electrical engineering and computer science professor and
The Food and Drug Administration recently issued a draft guidance for managing cybersecurity in medical devices. The guidance document provides the FDA’s postmarket recommendations for monitoring, identifying, and addressing