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Foreign Expertise in South Korea
Expertise Based Abroad in South Korea
This content is provided by Peter H Kang
Trials; IP Litigation; IP Licensing; High Tech Complex Litigation and Arbitration
Peter Kang is an IP trial lawyer and global Co-Chair for the firm’s Korea practice. His most recent trial victory was a complete defense verdict as lead counsel in a patent jury trial in California, including a post-trial fees award of $4.6 million for his client. In addition to trials in district courts and the International Trade Commission, Peter represents clients before the Patent Trial & Appeal Board, including a victory in the first ever IPR to reach final judgment. He handles appeals to the Federal Circuit and appears in courts nationwide, as well as in international arbitrations and mediations involving IP, licensing, or technology disputes. Peter also represents clients in trade secret matters, as well as high-tech antitrust, commercial litigation, and copyright/trademark suits. He negotiates for clients in high-stakes IP licensing/acquisition deals and technology transactions.
Member, California Bar; Registered U.S. Patent Attorney; President, IAKL Foundation; Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America
Over 20 publications, including #1 ranked (Amazon) text on IP Litigation in the ITC
B.A., Stanford University (1986); B.S., Stanford University (1987); J.D., cum laude, Georgetown University (1990); Judicial Clerk, U.S. District Court (District of R.I.)