Wenkai Tzeng is an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property practice group. Experienced in both intellectual property litigation and patent preparation and prosecution, Wenkai represents clients on a variety of technologies with an emphasis on the computer and software areas.
Wenkai is experienced in the preparation and prosecution of U.S. and international patent applications. Leveraging his background in computer technology and an understanding of patent litigation, he prosecutes patent applications directed to networking systems, integrated circuits, autonomous vehicles, and machine learning systems, among others.
Wenkai is also actively involved in intellectual property litigation. With cases that range from copyright infringement to e-commerce patent infringement defense, he is experienced in many phases of litigation from initial discovery to trial. His knowledge of computer systems and networking technologies enables him to provide counsel and advice with a sophisticated understanding of complex technical systems integrated into substantial businesses.
- Indiana University School of Law (J.D., 2017)
- Intellectual Property Association, Member
- Center for Intellectual Property Research, Research Assistant
- Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality, Associate
- Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition (2015)
- Indiana University (B.A., 2008)
- Student Government, Legislative representative
Wenkai was a summer associate prior to joining Armstrong Teasdale full time.