Mr. Park is a founding partner of HCPA, a law firm that helps multinational companies deal with international transactions, and procure and enforce intellectual property rights. He has been involved in major utility patent litigation, including Markman hearings, and bench and jury trials. His litigation experience primarily covers electronic devices and technologies, spanning from cellular phone, dynamic random access memory, flash memory, liquid crystal displays, ASIC, semiconductor manufacturing equipment to interactive TV and multimedia. Mr. Park also helped Korean delegation in negotiating with U.S. Authorities for Super 301 investigation on Automobile issues. He also serves as decision making panelist before Domain Name Arbitration Center of World Intellectual Property Organization.
Prior to setting up his own firm, Mr. Park was a Partner at large international law firms in D.C. and Virginia. Before coming to the United States, he worked as a lawyer at one of the largest Korean law firm, Lee & Ko.
Mr. Park passed Korean Bar Examination in 1983 and graduated Seoul National University, College of Law, in 1984. He later got awarded LLM degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Master of Science in Computer Science from the George Washington University. He is admitted to practice law in Korea, New York, Virginia, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.