Patent attorneys & lawyers

Atsushi FUKUI

Patent Attorney (Mechanical and Electrical)

Atsushi FUKUI


Atsushi Fukui gained practical experience both in the fundamentals of the patent industry and overseas patent applications at the patent firm of Matsuoka & Co. Later, he joined the Intellectual Property Department of Clarion Co., Ltd., where he gained experience in all areas relating to the company's Intellectual Property Department. While mainly involved with providing consultations for writing Discovery of Invention sections and invention proposals, he also worked on overseas and domestic patent applications, disputes and litigation against domestic and overseas companies and individuals and in-house systems creation. After joining ASAMURA, Atsushi Fukui has been always working with his best effort under the ASAMURA policy “customers first”

BSc in Electrical Engineering, Nihon University, March 1977
Professional career
Matsuoka & Co. International Patent Causes, June 1988 - May 1991
Intellectual Property Department, Clarion Co., Ltd., June 1991 - July 2003
Asamura Patent Office, August 2003 - present
Examinations passed
Passed the Patent Attorney Examination:
November 2012
Registration for Patent Attorney :April 2013
Registration Number of Patent Attorney :18701
Mechanical & Electrical Department
Japanese, English
Specialty Fields
Wireless and wired communication technologies (wireless communication devices for automobiles, portable wireless communication devices, and systems which use these devices), electronic circuits (mainly high frequency VHF and UHF circuits), onboard electronic devices and systems for automobiles (car audio systems, broadcast receivers, and navigation systems), software, and information processing
Chief Telecommunications Engineer
First-class Technical Radio Operator (currently 1st Class Technical Radio Operator for On-The-Ground Services)
Member of the Japan Patent Attorneys Association (JPAA), 2013 - Present
"Software and Patents." Journal of the Japan Society for Computational Engineering and Science (Vol. 18, No. 4, 2013)
I had been working for companies in Japan as an engineer of wireless telecommunication.  After entering into the Intellectual Property field, I have also been much experienced as a patent practitioner. In my career, I had been staying at a law firm in New York as a trainee for US patent prosecution. With my such experiences, and also with license of Japanese Patent Attorney, I will do my best effort for my client.  I hope to have many opportunities to work with you in Japan or in any other countries.  Best Regards,
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