Diverse in Practice: Intellectual Property Litigation

Note from the Editor: As part of our ongoing Diverse in Practice series, we are highlighting some of the many diverse practice groups that are leading the way for MoFo. In this first installment, we take a closer look at the lawyers who are bringing a unique voice and new perspectives to drive outstanding client outcomes for our IP Litigation Group.

MoFo’s intellectual property clients come in all sizes — from large global companies to individual entrepreneurs — and represent a wide range of technology, products, and brands. What they all have in common is big ideas, and big ideas require a multitude of skills and varied perspectives when it comes to protecting them.

Our IP litigation practice leverages the individual strengths of its lawyers to drive successful outcomes for clients, winning hundreds of high-stakes cases involving disputes over key patents, trademarks, and other intellectual property. A large part of that success can be attributed to their ability to dismantle complex cases and develop unique solutions. Equally as important, MoFo’s commitment to recruiting, training, and advancing diverse talent ensures that our lawyers mirror the diversity of the judges and juries who decide our clients’ cases.

As part of the Diverse in Practice series, we asked some of the lawyers in MoFo’s IP Litigation Group to tell us how having a diverse practice impacts their work and how they are helping to nurture an inclusive environment. Read their stories here:

Richard Hung

Mary Prendergast

Chanwoo Park

Shaelyn Dawson

Arturo González

Learn more about MoFo’s commitment to the recruitment, retention, and advancement of diverse attorneys here.