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As an attorney, we are in the business of problem solving and crisis management. I do my best work when I can collaborate with a client to move a project forward. By educating clients on options available to them, I can provide the tools necessary to make good decisions.


I like to say that I chose my specialties because I enjoy the clients I encounter in these businesses. Inventors have such posiive energy. It is contagious. Restaurant owners celebrate the experience of a meal, turning the everyday into something a little special. Winemakers and brewers have found a way to turn a true passion into a business. They have priorities in the right place in so many ways.


However, truth be told, these specialties found me. My clients needed an attorney who could do some rather unusual things - things that are important to them in their industry, but things that not many attorneys knew about. The unusual experiences in my career had a purpose. I collected a skillset that could be put to work to solve problems for these business owners in a way that was practical and cost-effective. Running a planning and zone board, and being a certified building cose inspector became useful in ways I never could have imagined. Running a wastewater treatment plant and a municipal electric company taught me about environmental and construction issues that come up in building wineries and breweries. Managing a union shop and a government staff gave human resources skills. Working in an agricultural town relying on seasonal workers gave me an understanding an appreciation of immigration issues faced in agribusiness. Living abroad in France and marrying an immigrant helped me understand the everyday issues of immigration - preclusion from certain jobs, complexities when travelling and separation of family when visa are declined for international travel. Working in the restuarant and bar business whilei n school gave me an inside look at how these business operate and unique dynamics they face. I could go on, but I think you get the picture.


When you find your path, you love what you do. And I love my job. I meet the ost interesting people and experience things I would not otherwise encounter. How could life be better?


Languages spoken: Mandarin, Malay, English, French, Taiwanese

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Practice areas


  1. Patent Application: 40%
    10 years
  2. Administrative Law: 17%
    22 years
  3. Business: 15%
    22 years
  4. Unspecified: 10%
  5. Other: 18%
  6. More 



Hourly ($85-285/hour), contingent (10-33%), Fixed (sometimes), Retainer (always), Free consultation (60 minutes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

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    I endorse this lawyer. Ms. Jong participates actively in many interdisciplinary networks with other attorneys, myself included. Her keen attention to detail, and appropriate questions and comments, never fail to move the discussion "along", often ending with the participants acknowledging hers as the "final word."


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Contact info

Jong, Tracy P. Attorney

2300 Buffalo Road
Building 100 A
Rochester, NY, 14624


NYCurrently registered 199403/07/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
cum laudeTouro Law School1993
American Jurisprudence AwardTouro Law School1992
American Jurisprudence AwardUniversity of San Diego Law School1992
American Jurisprudence AwardTouro Law School1991
cum laudeState University of New York at Buffalo1990
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
owner and founding attorneyTracy Jong Law Firm1996 - Present
Association namePosition nameDuration
Rochester Women Business OwnersMember2011 - Present
Finger Lakes Invention Convention, Inc.Founding Member2011 - Present
Women TIESMember2011 - Present
Rochester Womens NetworkMember2009 - Present
IMS BarterMember2009 - Present
Monroe County Bar AssociationAttorney Member2005 - Present
American Bar AssociationAttorney2005 - Present
Greater Rochester Association for WomenAttorney Member2005 - Present
Rochester Intellectual Property Law AssociationAttorney Member2005 - Present
New York State Bar AssociationAttorney1994 - Present
CARESFormer Board of Directors2011 - 2011
Rochester Greenovation, Inc.Former Board of Directors2010 - 2011
Surrogate Court Decision Making CommitteeAttorney Member2000 - 2004
Byron Bergen Alumni AssociationFormer Executive Committee Member1999 - 2004
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Methods and apparatus for quantifying photo-damagepatent granted
Brapatent granted
Memory architecture with a current controller and reduced power requirementspatent granted
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Publication nameTitleDate
PDH CourseUnderstanding the New Patent Law Changes2011
PDH CourseCopyright of Engineering DrawingsN/A
PDH CourseProtecting TechnologyN/A
PDH CourseAdvance Patent Search for EngineersN/A
PDH CourseBridging the Gap Between Software and Non Software EngineersN/A
PDH CourseHow to Do Patent DrawingsN/A
PDH CourseHow to Legally Design Around Prior ArtN/A
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Touro CollegeN/AN/A1993
State University of New York at BuffaloLegal StudiesBA - Bachelor of Arts1990
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Fundamentals of Employment LawImmigration Made Easy For Employers2013
Women TIESBranding2012
Rochester Public LibraryShow Me The Money - First Steps in Commercializing Your2012
Private CompanyWills and Basic Estate Planning2012
National Women Intellectual Property AttorneysNegotiation Styles of Women2012
Continuing Legal EducationUnderstanding the New Patent Law Changes2012
Rochester Independent Entrepreneur Council5 Common Mistakes in Managing Your Intellectual Property2011
Patent ColloquiumPatent Law for Entrepreneurs and Inventors2011
Land Use IssuesUtility Easements2011
Business Owner SeminarPatents 1012011
Penfield Public LibraryNuts and Bolts of Intellectual Property2009
CLE Nuts and Bolts of Intellectual Property LawPatent and Trademark2009
Business Law CourseIntellectual Property Law for New Businesses2009
CLE Nuts and Bolts of Intellectual Property LawPatent and Trademark2008
Business LawIntellectual Property Law for Business Owners2008
CLE Nuts and Bolts of Intellectual Property LawPatent and Trademark2006
Continuing Legal EducationBusiness Method Patents2005
What R& D Managers Should KnowWhat R& D Managers Should KnowN/A
Trademarks and Design Patents In Protecting Market ShareTrademarks and Design Patents In Protecting Market ShareN/A
Saving Money in Patent DraftingSaving Money in Patent DraftingN/A
Patentability SearchesPatentability SearchesN/A
Misappropriation of SoftwareMisappropriation of SoftwareN/A
Internet and TrademarksInternet and TrademarksN/A
I Paid For it But I Don't Own It (IP)I Paid For it But I Don't Own It (IP)N/A
How to do a Trademark SearchHow to do a Trademark SearchN/A
Ethical Wills and Legacy PlanningEthical Wills and Legacy PlanningN/A
Domain Names and TrademarksDomain Names and TrademarksN/A
Do It Yourself CopyrightDo It Yourself CopyrightN/A
Continuing Legal EducationPatent Ownership IssuesN/A
Cancer Seminar - Estate PlanningCancer Seminar - Estate PlanningN/A
Advance Care PlanningAdvance Care PlanningN/A