As a seasoned attorney, Mr. Lee puts his legal experience to work for clients as both a patent prosecutor and litigator. He has practiced law in two technological hotbeds — Silicon Valley and Salt Lake City. He holds advanced degrees in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and business. He also speaks, reads and writes Japanese, allowing him to effectively counsel top tech companies in both the U.S. and Japan.
Mr. Lee’s wide-ranging technical proficiency and education allow him to effectively and prolifically draft and prosecute patent applications in the fields of machine learning, computer software, networks, communications, optics, electronics, semiconductors, mechanical devices, and systems that involve combinations thereof.
Having practice intellectual property law for a quarter of a century, Mr. Lee has now been involved with the drafting and prosecution of over 1,000 United States patent applications, and countless international and foreign patent applications. He is also highly active in the training and mentoring of younger attorneys, and enjoys their every success.
Mr. Lee also assists the firm’s largest clients with strategic patent planning, and has served as lead counsel for complex intellectual property litigation. But he also takes pleasure in collaborating and counseling with mid-sized and smaller companies and independent inventors, each with their uniquely different needs.