Kim is an experienced practitioner in IP litigation and prosecution in China. He has extensive experience in representing domestic and foreign companies in both contentious and non-contentious matters, and has in-depth research on patent regulations in China Mainland, Taiwan, and US.
Kim's practice is focused on patent infringement and invalidation actions, patent prosecution, unfair competition litigation, antitrust litigation, etc. He handled cases or provided advises for Qualcomm (Qualcomm v. Meizu, Qualcomm v. Apple), iPEL (iPEL v. Asus, iPEL v. Extreme Networks), Immersion (Immersion v. Samsung, Immersion v. Apple), Micron, TomTom, Texas Instruments, Ericsson (Ericsson v. TCL), Dell, Resideo, Mstar (Mstar v. PRB), Honeywell, and many Fortune 500 companies.
He has legal and technical expertise in telecommunication standard-essential patent (SEP) infringement lawsuits, FRAND royalty rate determination lawsuits, antitrust lawsuits related to SEP licensing, infringement and/or validity lawsuits related to communication systems, computer software, digital cameras, electrical connectors, wireless communications, electronic circuits, optoelectronics, semiconductors, smartphones, GUI, haptic technologies, electrical appliances, and design.
Kim has published several articles in the Managing Intellectual Property and Wolters Kluwer China Law & Reference. He is among the translators of the book Janice M. Mueller’s PATENT LAW. He is also an external research supervisor of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications.
2007 until now
University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, M.S.
Shandong University, BEng (Elec).
Chinese Patent Bar