Patent Attorney & Managing Partner
Jun Jeong (Jun) Park is the managing partner at IP&T Group, LLP. Mr. Park represents and handles several multi-national corporations’ patent prosecution and portfolio. Mr. Park has founded and led IP&T to one of the top patent prosecution firms in the US. IP&T is ranked #12 in 2018 Top Patent Firms and ranked #9 in Top 20 Electrical Engineering Patent Firm in the US by a nationally recognized patent analytics firm.
With his creative and innovative approaches to both technical and legal fields, he advises clients on effective and efficient exercise of their patent rights. His technical expertise includes semiconductors, electrical systems, integrated circuits, digital circuits, digital communication, signal processing, and robotics.
Mr. Park also obtained several patents during his research career. Mr. Park received his electrical engineering degree from Duke University and received JD from Georgetown University Law Center.
Keon Woo (Kevin) Park is a patent attorney at IP&T Group, LLP. He concentrates his practice in the area of patent preparation and prosecution for domestic and international clients. Kevin’s patent prosecution experience includes a wide range of technologies such as semiconductor devices, secondary batteries, automotive technologies, digital logic circuitry, and signal processing.
Before joining IP&T, Kevin graduated with a distinction from University of Virginia in Electrical Engineering. While at UVA, Kevin focused his research on semiconductor devices and solar energy, and co-developed a fully operable 100% solar-powered automobile. After his undergraduate studies, Kevin graduated Cum Laude from the George Washington University Law School, where he was named as a Thurgood Marshall Scholar. During his studies, Kevin also invented and obtained a patent in his name.
Kevin has prosecuted hundreds of patents, and has developed new strategies to accommodate various changes to the patent landscape. Kevin aims to fully utilize his experience and knowledge in the patent and electrical field to provide all of his clients with detailed, thoughtful, and personalized legal advice.
Minh-Quan (Minh) K. Pham, Ph.D. is a patent attorney with over twenty years of experience in protecting innovations and providing creative legal solutions through a unique combination of perspectives. Minh is experienced in all aspects of intellectual property protection, including comprehensive intellectual property counseling; U.S. and international patent prosecution; trademark prosecution; intellectual property related litigation; validity, non-infringement, freedom to operate, and patentability opinions; intellectual property due-diligence investigations; and intellectual property agreements.
Representative technologies and experience include polymer processing and synthesis, automotive systems, fuels, including green fuels, small molecule chemistry, pharmaceuticals prosecution/litigation/counseling, biotechnology, medical devices.
Prior to his legal practice, Minh was a patent examiner in the biotechnology arts and an engineer conducting research in biotechnology (bioremediation, heterologous protein expression, and bioprocessing). He was also a founder of Chesapeake PERL, a biotechnology company involved in recombinant protein technology development.
Minh served on the Advisory Boards of the Fischell Department of Bioengineering and the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, both at University of Maryland, College Park. He is also a legal advisor with the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship, University of Maryland, College Park.
Minh received his B.S. and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park, and his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center.