Our research into the Korean intellectual property market sees 22 practitioners highlighted for their outstanding work covering regulatory, contentious and transactional matters relating to patents and trademarks.
Kim & Chang excels with five leading practitioners listed.
Jay (Young-June) Yang is revered for his “three decades of experience in IP law” as well as his “pragmatic approach and thorough understanding of Korean business structures”.
Man-Gi Paik draws praise for his extensive expertise in patent prosecution and litigation.
Duck Soon Chang is “renowned in the Korean market” as “an exceptional patent litigator”.
Bae Kim & Lee exhibits its strength in intellectual property with four individuals highlighted.
Kijoong Kang enjoys a “splendid reputation” for “his brilliant communication skills and masterful problem-solving in high-profile and complex patent cases”.
The “excellent” Hoodong Lee comes highly esteemed for his “understanding of clients’ needs and perfect execution of patent litigation”.
Catherine Eunkyeong Lee is “one of the best trademark and patent practitioners in the market”, excelling in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.
Lee & Ko wins six inclusions this year.
Hwan Sung Park is a go-lawyer for domain name disputes and trade secrets.
Sun Chang is an intellectual property specialist with profound experience protecting trademarks and patents for domestic and international clients.
Jeong Yeol Choe at Yulchon is “tremendously experienced in the IP space”. He is regularly involved in high-profile and complex cases for multinational corporations.
Samuel Sungmok Lee draws plaudits as an “excellent practitioner” with encyclopaedic knowledge of intellectual property law.