BIOGRAPHYKen KAROJI studied biomolecular function engineering at Tokyo Institute of Technology's School of Bioscience and Graduate School of Bioscience and Biotechnology. He also completed studies at the Kanazawa Institute of Technology where he studied intellectual property practice, practical research on intellectual property and also research on software patents.
In 2015 Mr. Karoji passed the patent attorney examination and was registered as a patent attorney in Japan.
Mr. Karoji's past experience includes working at Morimoto and Associates where he was responsible for acting as an intermediary for Japanese patents, filing trademark applications, prosecuting Japanese applications for foreign companies, translation work, and patent art searches.
After his time at Morimoto and Associates, Mr. Karoji joined Sakamoto and Partners. Utilizing his abundant experience and knowledge in the areas of IT, foodstuffs, chemistry, and biotechnology, he conducts art searches for primarily Japanese companies particularly companies like chemical manufacturers and cosmetic manufacturers.
Mr. Karoji is able to communicate in both Japanese and English and does his utmost to protect his clients' intellectual property rights by using his knowledge of chemistry and capitalizing on his technical English skills.
PRACTICE AREASMr. Karoji is a certified patent attorney who specializes in affairs related to Intellectual Property rights. He has done work in the areas of prosecution, prior art searches, appeals and litigation related to patents particularly in the areas of biochemistry and organic chemistry.
EDUCATIONDepartment of Biotechnology, School of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Division of Biomolecular Engineering, Graduate School of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Division of System for Intellectual Creation, Graduate School of Kanazawa Institute of Technology
EXPERIENCEMORIMOTO & ASSOCIATES
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION AND MEMBERSHIPJapan Patent Attorneys Association (JPAA)
LANGUAGEJapanese and English
HOBBIESListening to music