Gary Yen focuses his practice on intellectual property matters, leveraging his educational background in electrical engineering and his experience in a wide range of technological and creative fields.

Mr. Yen's graduate research focused on optical and semiconductor device fabrication. His thesis was entitled “New Applications for Guided Mode Resonance Filters.” As an undergraduate, Mr. Yen also designed, tested, and developed microplasma devices as a research engineer for Starfire Industries, a plasma technology startup company.

Prior to joining Kenyon, Mr. Yen was a judicial intern for the Honorable Joseph E. Irenas. As a member of the Eta Kappa Nu and Tau Beta Pi engineering honor societies, Mr. Yen has served with several public service organizations, and was recognized with a Distinguished Pro Bono Service Award while in law school.
Bar and Court Admissions
  • New York State
  • New Jersey
Professional Organizations

The Asian Pacific American Bar Association of New York; New York Intellectual Property Law Association;Young Lawyers Committee;Conner Writing Competition Committee