Peter Park has applied his extensive engineering and business background to practicing U.S. patent law in the electrical and mechanical engineering field. His practice area covers patent prosecution including patent reissue and Inter partes review (IPR) before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office and patent litigation in the federal district courts and the International Trade Commission. Mr. Park has also consistently performed analyses of patent infringement and validity to assist the firm's clients for preparing licensing negotiations, due diligence or litigations. Mr. Park has represented his clients in many patent infringement cases as attorney of records in the federal district courts and the International Trade Commission.
Technology fields of Mr. Park's patent practice cover digital communications including wireless communications directed to 3G, 4G/LTE, and IEEE 802.10x, signal/image processing with emphasis on MPEG standards, channel coding directed to ATSC and ATSC-MH standards for digital broadcasting, and electronic security products. He also represents clients in patent practicing in the technical areas of semiconductors, microprocessors, bio-medical devices, and aircraft/avionics.
Before he joined Sughrue, Mr. Park had accumulated his expertise in technology, law, contract and business development in the areas of aerospace, aircraft, defense equipment, Internet back-office design and development, telecommunication including VoIP and electronic security covering CCTV cameras and digital video recording.
Peter Park had worked for Samsung Aerospace Ind. Co., Ltd of Seoul, Korea (now Korea Aerospace Ind.) over 10 years (1988-1998) as engineers, business analyzer and contract manager. He joined many international co-development programs of fighter aircraft, avionics, aircraft engines and missile systems in engineering, business planning/analysis, technology licensing and contracts. After his career at Samsung Aerospace, he led Uriel Systems, a Nextel company in Palo Alto, CA and Fairfax, VA, as managing director in software design/development and business in the fields of Internet backbone, back-office and Java-based application software, and electronic security devices (1999-2004).
Mr. Park is currently a partner of the firm's electrical/mechanical art group.