Tae Chung focuses his practice on U.S. and foreign patent prosecution for large companies and provides strategies to clients for securing patents across multiple jurisdictions, including Europe, China, Korea, Japan, India, etc. His technological background includes user-interface technologies, computer software, and medical devices.
Tae received his J.D. in 2022 from the University of Washington Law School, where he participated in the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic for two years to provide patentability analysis for student inventors and non-profit organizations. Tae also interned at Korean and Japanese law firms between 2021 and 2022 and experienced diverse patent practices of those countries. Prior to law school, Tae worked as an engineer for five years in the fields of medical devices and oil & gas.
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