We are delighted to announce the arrival at Dehns of Yenyun Fu who has recently joined our Oslo office as an IP Management Consultant.

Yenyun has many years’ experience advising international technology companies across Silicon Valley, New York and beyond, on patent strategy, and the development of global patent strategies, for emerging companies and SMEs. Yenyun is also highly experienced in patent monetization and at carrying out due diligence projects, portfolio management and competitive landscape analysis.

As a member of the US Patent bar since 2006, and having spent several years at a leading international law firm in the US, Yenyun also has experience preparing and prosecuting US and foreign patent applications in a wide range of technologies such as augmented reality, IoT, enterprise software, Blockchain related innovations, 4G LTE, 802.11x technologies, image and video processing, wireless networks and consumer hardware.

Yenyun has a strong academic background, with Master’s degrees from Stanford (Bio-mechanical Engineering) and the University of California (Electrical and Computer Engineering), in addition to a Bachelor’s degree (Summa Cum Laude) in Electrical Engineering, also from the University of California.

For the last 12 years, Yenyun has run her own business, advising and guiding early-stage technology companies and SMEs on all aspects of patent portfolio development and strategy.

Based in Oslo, Yenyun commented: “I am very excited to be joining Dehns as part of the Oslo team. This return to a dynamic corporate setting offers me the unique opportunity to blend my entrepreneurial spirit with my extensive corporate and patent experience, particularly bringing my US start-up and SME expertise. I look forward to working with Dehns’ existing clients, and also developing new clients in Norway and beyond. I’m also looking forward to introducing my existing clients and contacts, such as those in the US, to Dehns and offering them a fully comprehensive range of IP services.”

Dehns Managing Partner, Adrian Samuels, added: “With Dehns having been a significant part of Norway’s innovation ecosystem for more than 50 years, I am delighted to welcome Yenyun into the Dehns fold as we continue to enhance our offering there. She brings with her a wealth of experience, a real passion for intellectual property, and a clear desire to help early-stage technology companies reach their full potential.”