Jae Woo Park

Associate

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  • JD, Columbia University School of Law, 2016; Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar; articles editor, Columbia Science and Technology Law Review
  • MS (Electrical and Computer Engineering), honors, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009
  • BS (Electrical Engineering), cum laude, University of Southern California, 2007

Qualifications

  • New York, 2017
  • Korean

Jae Woo Park

Associate

Jae Woo Park joined the intellectual property litigation group in 2016. Jae received his law degree from Columbia Law School, where he was an articles editor for the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review. Prior to law school, Jae was an engineer for a defense agency in Korea. There, he engaged in design, analysis and safety verification of avionic systems for military helicopters and fighter planes.

Jae works with companies in a wide range of industries, including computer software and hardware, consumer electronics, wireless systems, and mechanical devices. Jae has litigated patents relating to CVD reactors, television program guide software, wireless lighting systems, and mesh networks.

Experience

  • Certain Wireless Mesh Networking Products (ITC) - Representing Emerson Electric in an ITC investigation relating to mesh network technology.
  • Veeco Instruments Inc. v. SGL Carbon, LLC et al. (E.D.N.Y. / Fed. Cir.) - Represented Veeco in a two-patent infringement case related to removable wafer carriers used in the production of LEDs in Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) systems. Successfully obtained a preliminary injunction prohibiting SGL from supplying infringing wafer carriers to Veeco's chief MOCVD competitor, after which the case settled while on appeal.
  • A Leading Provider of Lighting Control Devices (D.N.J.) - Defending against alleged infringement of network-based lighting control products by a non-practicing entity.
  • Comcast v. Rovi (PTAB) - Representing Rovi in multiple IPR proceedings involving patents directed to interactive program guides and related hardware and software.
  • Representing a client pro bono in a trademark infringement action before the Southern District of New York.
  • Represented a tenant pro bono in a housing holdover proceeding before the New York City Civil Court.
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