12544 High Bluff Drive, Suite 400
San Diego, CA 92130
Irvine, CA 92618
Raymond K. Chan counsels clients in all aspects of patent litigation, counseling and prosecution. Raymond’s practice focuses on the automotive, biotechnology, chemical engineering, computer and consumer products industries. He is experienced in managing design patent and trade dress litigation, patents on flame retardant product litigation and global chemical products. Raymond is admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
- Represents a global chemical products company in patent infringement matter involving the company’s patents on flame retardant polyester artificial hair fibers.
- Represented a global chemical products company in ITC Section 337 Investigation relating to infringement of the company’s patents on polyimide films and their manufacturing.
- Defended automotive wheel retailer against design patent infringement claims asserted by dominant competitor with extensive design patent portfolio.
- Defended Internet service provider against leading global fashion house asserting claims of contributory copyright and trademark infringement for unwitting provision of webhosting services to third party counterfeiters.
- Defended distributor of fireplace lighters against industry leader asserting claims of willful infringement of its utility patents on mandatory safety mechanisms.
- Represented leading automotive aftermarket part and accessory distributor in design patent, trade dress and trademark disputes with its competitors.
- Represented leading manufacturer of golf grips in patent infringement case against mass-market competitor.
- JD, Fordham University School of Law
- BS (Biochemistry), University of California, Los Angeles
- “Procopio law firm elevates five San Diego attorneys to partner,” San Diego Metro Daily Business Report, January 10, 2020.
- Scurria, Andrew. “Procopio Hires 5 IP Pros to Plant Flag in Silicon Valley,” Law 360, November 27, 2012.
- Ameera Butt. “Procopio boosts practices, adds new one,” Daily Journal, November 7, 2012.
- "Just Because the Patent Office Understood a Claim Term Does Not Mean that a Court Will: The Different Claim Construction Standards between the Patent Office and U.S. Courts Post-Nautilus," Intellectual Property Today, January 2015.
- “Just Because the Patent Office Understood a Claim Term Does Not Mean that a Court Will: The Different Claim Construction Standards between the Patent Office and U.S. Courts Post-Nautilus,” December 3, 2014.