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Background

​April Sunyoung Park is an associate in the litigation group in Fish & Richardson’s Washington D.C. office. Ms. Park was previously a Summer Associate of the Firm, and served as a Research Intern for the Korean Naval Embassy.​

 

Education

J.D., George Washington University Law School 2015
​The American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal


B.S., University of Virginia 2011
Biochemistry


B.A., University of Virginia 2011
Economics

Admissions

  • New York 2016
  • District of Columbia 2017

Languages

  • English
  • Korean

Other Distinctions

Experience
Certain Graphics Processors, DDR Memory Controllers, and Products Containing the Same (USITC 337-TA-3189) for respondent LG against ZiiLabs in patent litigation concerning Graphics Processing Units and DDR Memory Controllers. Ms. Park is working on discovery and analyzing patents regarding Graphics Processors.

Personalized Media Communications, LLC v. Samsung Electronics America, Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (E.D. Tex) for defendant Samsung on a matter involving digital signal processing for televisions and smartphones. Ms. Park worked on discovery and analyzed validity of the asserted patents, reviewed Korean documents (e.g., Korean patents, meeting memos, presentations, e-mails, publications, specifications, and manuals) for document review, and attended client meetings in Korea to interview the engineers, present invalidity arguments to the in-house counsels, and to learn about the facts of the case.

The Board of Trustees of The University of Illinois v. Micron Technology, Inc. (C.D.Ill) for defendant Micron on a matter involving deuterium annealed semiconductor devices. Ms. Park worked on discovery and non-infringement analysis.

Certain Automated Teller Machines, ATM Modules, Components Thereof, and Products Containing Same (USITC 337-TA-972) for respondent Nautilus Hyosung against Diebold in patent litigation concerning a wide array of technology associated with ATMs. Ms. Park analyzed and reviewed two patents for invalidity and non-infringement arguments, worked closely with engineers to discuss issues with the asserted patents, prior art references, and accused products, and occasionally answered phone calls from clients in Korea to communicate information to staffed attorneys in DC office.

Negotiations regarding semiconductor patents for SK hynix against Acacia Research Group. Ms. Park analyzed and reviewed numerous patents for invalidity and non-infringement arguments for a technical negotiation, worked directly with SK hynix engineers to review the patents and SK hynix products, and attended two client meetings in Korea and one client meeting in Washington, DC to review and present invalidity arguments to Acacia.

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