is a partner in Lee & Ko’s IP Practice Group and has experience in the fields of IP litigation and transactions. As an acclaimed IP practitioner, he has a stellar track record in high-profile cross-border patent and trade secrets litigation cases, including e-vehicle battery separators, photovoltaic cell products, and botulinum toxin products. He earned his LLM degree from University of Pennsylvania Law School and completed a PhD coursework in IP law. Applying his multi-jurisdictional litigation experience, Kwak has worked at top-ranking US law firms. He currently serves as a director with the International Association of Korean Lawyers.
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