Patent attorneys & lawyers


Senior Partner, Patent Attorney (Chemical)


Supplementary Note of Specific Infringement Lawsuit Counsel


After registering as a patent attorney in 2000, Mikio Kameoka has worked for a number of different patent firms, which allowed him to deal with patent offices heads with a range of personalities, and handle a variety of patent applications for clients both overseas and in Japan. Mr. Kameoka handles chemical matters in general, with the exception of biochemistry but including organic chemistry, polymer chemistry and inorganic chemistry. In addition to patent applications and office actions, he hopes to focus on the application of rights after they have been established to gain experience in that area. Always in high spirits, he makes it a point to be kind, careful, and thorough so that he can deliver his clients top-notch service.

BSc in Applied Chemistry, Hokkaido University
MSc in Molecular Chemistry, Hokkaido University
Professional career
TonenGeneral Sekiyu K.K., 1997 - 2000 
Asamura Patent Office, 2001 - 2008
Asamura Patent Office, p.c., 2009 - present
Examinations passed
Passed the Patent Attorney Examination:November 2000

Passed the examination for Supplementary Note of Specific Infringement Lawsuit Counsel: January 2007

Registration for Patent Attorney:December 2000
Registration Number of Patent Attorney:11756
Chemical Department
Japanese, English
Specialty Fields
Petrochemistry, organic chemistry, polymer chemistry, inorganic materials, textile materials, and chemical engineering
Pollution Control Manager (Water Class I)
High-pressure Gas Production Safety Manager (Class A)
Member of the Japan Patent Attorneys Association (JPAA), 2000 - present
Windsurfing, standup paddle boarding, sea fishing, boat fishing, preparing and eating yakitori (char-broiled chicken), drinking, being a fan of the Hanshin Tigers, visiting Koshien Stadium (home of the Hanshin Tigers), and watching SUN-TV (television station)
It is my number one priority to satisfy client requirements carefully without error.
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