Miki  Yamaguchi

Miki Yamaguchi

Education
  • Temple University, bachelor’s degree, philosophy and religion
  • Certified Intellectual Property Maintenance Professional (Japan, 2016)

  • Certified Licensing Professional (2014)

Miki Yamaguchi Professional Staff

Philadelphia: 215.965.1387   E: myamaguchi@panitchlaw.com

With more than 15 years of experience in the field of intellectual property prosecution, Miki Yamaguchi oversees all support operations for the IP Practice, including coordinating workload among IP support staff, updating and managing IP-related polices, and training as the IP Practice Manager.

Prior to joining Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel, Miki served as a patent supervisor in the patent group of Baker & Hostetler LLP. Her responsibilities included coordinating and supervising patent paralegals, including prioritizing work, allocating resources to projects, ensuring timely completion of tasks and adherence to group policies. She also conducted regular team meetings to discuss ongoing work, team issues, and IP group and firm news and provided first-level support to patent paralegals regarding IP-specific questions and day-to-day operational issues.

Miki was an intellectual property paralegal at Keisen Associates for more than 10 years. She is fluent in Japanese and served as an instructor at the Japanese Language School of Philadelphia for several years.

Miki is also a Certified Licensing Professional and holds a certification from the Japanese government for IP Management skills.

Articles & Presentations

Panitch Schwarze Hires IP Practice Manager // December 18, 2019
Philadelphia IP law firm Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP is pleased to announce that it has hired Miki Yamaguchi to serve as the firm’s IP practice manager for its growing Philadelphia and Wilmington, Delaware offices. Read more

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When not at work, Miki enjoys travel, classical music, reading philosophy, and Japanese culture, history and cuisine.

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