JAE Y. PARK
University of New Hampshire School of Law, J.D.
Sogang University - Seoul, B.S Electronic Engineering and Chemistry
District of Columbia
Mr. Park is a registered patent attorney who has an ample experience in various aspects of intellectual property law, including patent prosecution, infringement and validity opinion, reexamination, and due diligence in IP acquisition and licensing. Mr. Park has extensive knowledge in the technologies of electrical/electronic art, electro-mechanical art, chemical and material science, telecommunications, digital signal/image processing, medical devices/testers, and liquid crystal and OLED display. In addition to his patent relating practice, Mr. Park also has experience in trademark registration and disputes and he provides legal and strategic advices and consultation to IP members of companies and individuals with regard to procurement and protection of IP rights in the United States.
Mr. Park is currently a managing partner of Kile Park Reed & Houtteman PLLC and he has previously practiced the patent and trademark laws at the IP specialized law firms of New York and Connecticut since 1999. In addition to his work experience in the IP law firms of the United States, Mr. Park also has work experiences at patent law firms and R&D department of global companies in Korea as an electronic/electrical engineer and a chemical researcher. He has also provided numerous seminars and presentations of U.S. patent laws and practical guidelines and strategies thereof to the international companies including Samsung Electronics Co., LG Chem Ltd., and ETRI.
Mr. Park received a J.D. degree from University of New Hampshire School of Law (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center) and B.S. degrees of Electronic Engineering and Chemistry from Sogang University in Seoul. Mr. Park is admitted to the state of New York and the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Mr. Park is a member of American Bar Association (Intellectual Property Law Division), New York State Bar Association, American Intellectual Property Law Association, Federal Circuit Bar Association, Licensing Executives Society, and Asian Pacific American Bar Association.