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Bar Admissions:
District of Columbia
New York
Massachusetts (retired)

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Court Admissions:
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Honorable Judge Reyna
U.S. International Trade Commission, Office of Unfair Import Investigations

The George Washington University Law School, LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law, with Highest Honors
Boston University School of Law, JD
Georgetown University, BA, Political Economy

Ms. Lee is a litigator with experience representing individuals and corporate clients in a wide range of subject matters, including patent infringement, product liability, and contracts; also including negotiations and compliance issues related to litigation matters. During her years as a patent litigator, Ms. Lee has represented international clients in multiple patent infringement suits. Her duties have included managing discovery, providing infringement and invalidity analysis, and drafting sections of claim construction briefs, invalidity contentions, and damages reports. She has also provided assistance with post-grant proceedings such as ex parte reexamination and inter partes review proceedings in front of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Prior to joining RuyakCherian LLP, Ms. Lee obtained a specialized master’s degree in Intellectual Property Law and interned with several patent institutions such as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (Honorable Judge Reyna) and the U.S. International Trade Commission (Office of Unfair Import Investigations). Ms. Lee has also worked with two boutique litigation firms in Boston MA and Washington D.C. metropolitan area.

Ms. Lee is fluent in Korean and proficient in Chinese. While at Georgetown, she focused her study in Asian political economy and culture, reflecting her particular interest in specific business needs of Asian-based corporations.

Activities and Memberships:
Member, American Intellectual Property Law Association
Member, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association

Is the U.S. International Trade Commission Protectionist? A Comparative Study of Border Enforcement Measures, 40 AIPLA Q. J. 593 (Vol. 40:4, 2012)