Edward NgBEng, GCert(IP), MSc


Registered Patent Attorney (SG)

Offices: Singapore

Languages spoken: English, 中文 (普通话) (Mandarin)

Email: eng@marks-clerk.com.sg

Telephone (Office): +65 6227 8986

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Edward Ng

Edward qualified as a Singapore Registered Patent Attorney in 2015. He has experience with patent drafting and prosecution of patent applications, as well as advising on patentability and infringement. His area of technical expertise includes mechanical and automotive engineering, medical devices, and wafer inspection systems. He is also knowledgeable in computing, information technology, and consumer applications. He works together with foreign firms to assist clients in obtaining multi-jurisdictional protection for their inventions and designs.

Prior to joining the patent profession, Edward worked as a design engineer on vehicular projects, one of which was a military mobile medical vehicle which became subject to a patent infringement claim. He was since exposed to the IP industry and subsequently joined a boutique IP firm before Marks & Clerk.

Edward graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, specialising in product design. In his final year, he developed an adaptable headband design for electroencephalography and is familiar with rapid prototyping and 3D printing technologies. He was also engaged by a commercial company to design an improved door mechanism. He also holds a Master’s degree in IP Management from NUS, in which he learnt other aspects of IP such as IP strategy, patent landscape, valuation, monetisation, and negotiation.

Edward has completed the Patent Surgery Course organized by APAA in 2015, as well as the SEAD drafting course organised by FICPI in 2013, to further improve his patent drafting and prosecution skills. Between February 2014 and May 2016, Edward gave lectures on IP rights to undergraduate students at NUS to equip them with essential IP knowledge and skills for their careers.

Edward Ng works in the following sectors

Mechanical Engineering
Medical devices

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