Lew Macapagal is a registered patent attorney focusing primarily on the preparation and prosecution of domestic and international patent applications in a wide range of technical areas. Example areas include wireless communication technologies including various aspects of LTE, Wi-Fi, CDMA, and Device-to-Device technologies; analog circuits including voltage-controlled oscillators, RF mixers, amplifiers, integrators, and filters; and semiconductor devices. Lew works closely with inventors, corporate officers, and in-house counsel to develop effective intellectual property strategies to meet each client’s needs and expectations.
Prior to joining Loza & Loza, LLP, Lew was an associate with an international, full-service law firm and has worked as a patent attorney involving patent prosecution in software, electrical, and mechanical arts. Lew has counseled clients in technical areas including wireless communications, mobile handheld digital television signaling, memory devices, liquid crystal displays, optical drives, printers, integrated circuits, microprocessors, GPS navigation systems, medical infusion devices, cardiac stents, catheters, guidewires, intraocular lenses, and cardiac defibrillators.
Lew has worked with a range of clients including clients based in South Korea where he traveled frequently to handle patent prosecution matters.
While attending law school, Lew earned a certification in intellectual property law and was a member of the Moot Court Honors Board and the Whittier Law Review.