Hong S. Lin
Hong focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation in district court and at the International Trade Commission. He has managed and worked on highly complex cases involving a myriad of technological areas, including semiconductor packaging, Wi-Fi and cellular communications, smartphones, flash memory, computer security, computer networking, data compression, interactive television and content delivery, among others.
Hong has experience in all phases of patent litigation, including conducting due diligence of patent portfolios for acquisition, arguing at Markman hearings, taking and defending fact and expert witness depositions, and examining witnesses at trial. Hong also has recent experience at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
Hong has over 15 years of experience in IP. Prior to joining Kramer Day, Hong worked in the IP litigation groups of two prominent international law firms as partner, of counsel, and associate. While attending law school, Hong worked full-time as a patent agent to prepare and prosecute patent applications in the U.S. and abroad.
Fordham University School of Law, New York, NY
Bachelor of Science (cum laude), Electrical Engineering
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Rawlings Cornell Presidential Research Scholar, John McMullen Dean Scholar, Eta Kappa Nu
N.D. California, C.D. California, E.D. Texas, Federal Circuit
International Trade Commission