Antony P. Ng

Antony P. Ng

Antony P. Ng is a registered patent attorney and an adjunct professor at South Texas College of Law. Mr. Ng has drafted over 800 patent applications encompassing a broad range of technological fields. Mr. Ng also provides, to domestic and international clients, counseling on various intellectual property related matters, including infringement and validity opinions.

Prior to his legal practice, Mr. Ng was a reliability engineer investigating new testing methodologies to detect reliability problems of integrated circuit devices. During law school, Mr. Ng was a judicial intern for Honorable Judge David Hittner, Southern District of Texas, and Honorable Justice Michol O’Connor, First Court of Appeals of Texas.



Patent preparation and prosecution
Patentability and infringement opinions
Intellectual property portfolio management
Trademark prosecution



Telecommunication and network systems
Electrical hardware and computer software
Analog and digital electronics
Semiconductor fabrication
Chemical composition


State Bar of Texas
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit



J.D., South Texas College of Law
M.E.E., Rice University
B.S.E.E., Texas A&M University



Computer & Technology Section of State Bar of Texas (Immediate Past Chair)
Inns of Court
Tau Beta Pi



Basic Bookkeeping & Accounting for Lawyers, Practicum Press



A Walk in the Cloud Computing: Ethics and Concerns,
Texas Tech University Law School, November 2014
Risks of Representing Different Clients Having Similar Technologies in Patent Prosecution,
Advanced Intellectual Property Law Course, March 2011


Sample Representations

In re Jasinski, 2012-1482 (Fed. Cir. 2012)