Rayhao Chung


Rayhao Chung focuses his practice on intellectual property matters that include patent preparation, patent prosecution, opinion work, and patent portfolio management. Ray counsels and represents clients from a variety of industries, including telecommunications, semiconductor, consumer electronics, data security, software delivery, and energy.

Ray has experience in preparing and prosecuting patents for clients involving the following technical areas:

  • telecommunication technology that includes multiprotocol label switching, wavelength division multiplexing, wavelength switched optical networks, RFID, Ethernet and Internet protocol networks, digital subscriber lines, passive optical networks, Fibre Channel, data centers, and cloud computing platforms
  • semiconductor and integrated circuit technology that includes microprocessor, analog and digital circuit, computer memory, electric motor driver, and connector designs
  • consumer and enterprise electronic technology that includes image capturing and digital imaging, graphics rendering, multimedia processing, Internet mobility, Internet of Things, smart devices, and social networking services
  • oilfield technology including seismic equipment and processing methods, hydraulic fracturing, downhole tools, and power systems

Ray has patent experience involving prosecuting high-value patent applications with complex prosecution issues before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, such as patent applications undergoing accelerated examination and for inventions that have been adopted by standards-setting organizations.

Before entering law school, Ray received a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering and worked as a process and wafer test engineer at a semiconductor fabrication facility.



  • American Intellectual Property Law Association
  • Houston Intellectual Property Law Association
  • Texas Bar Association
Professional Activities
  • Member, Asian American Bar Association of Houston
    • Gala Co-Chair, 2017
  • Texas Minority Counsel Program (TMCP)
    • TMCP Houston Committee, 2017



  • Texas
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office


  • Baylor University School of Law, JD
  • University of Texas at Austin, BS