Philip E. Hansen brings 16 years of experience as a research chemist in the pharmaceutical industry and 28 years as a patent agent to the prosecution of patent applications. He is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Dr. Hansen is a graduate of Princeton University with an A.B. in Chemistry, and earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry at Cornell. He was an NIH predoctoral fellow, is fluent in German and has a working knowledge of French.

Member: Eastern New York Intellectual Property Law Association (President, 1991-93), American Intellectual Property Law Assoc. and the American Chemical Society.

Speed and the Patent Office: A Contradiction?, The Daily Record IP Frontiers, March 15, 2011

Inventorship: A cautionary tale, The Daily Record IP Frontiers, January 19, 2010

Co-Authored:  A Day (or more) In the Life of a Patent; Term Adjustments can be Contentious, The Business Review New Frontiers, December 3, 2004

The Law Requires More Diligence with Pending Patent Application, The Business Review, December 1, 2000

The American Inventors Protection Act of 1999, May 16, 2000