A seasoned intellectual property litigation attorney, Sunwoo uses his knowledge and experience to counsel domestic and foreign clients in all aspects of intellectual property law. He regularly handles patent, trademark, copyright and trade secrets litigation for a variety of businesses — from startups to Fortune 100 companies.
Sunwoo has litigated as lead counsel for cases involving patent infringement, trademark infringement and trade secrets disputes in federal district courts as well as Section 337 intellectual property investigations before the International Trade Commission. He also counsels clients in patent mining; builds and manages strategic domestic and foreign patent and trademark portfolios; and prosecutes patents related to electronic and mechanical devices as well as process and software-based technologies.
Sunwoo has extensive knowledge in the areas of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and materials science. He prosecutes, counsels and litigates a variety of technologies, including:
Prior to joining the firm, Sunwoo was Intellectual Property Practice Group Leader with NLJ 250 firms and also worked at various AmLaw 100 firms as a partner. Prior to his legal career, he was a senior scientist and project manager at a Fortune 100 company, working on solid-state thin film devices, including wide band gap semiconductors. Sunwoo also served as an assistant professor at the Center for Solid State Science & Technology, Department of Physics, at Syracuse University. At that time, he was also a visiting staff scientist at IBM Research Center in Endicott, N.Y.