Kelvin Han


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Kelvin Han represents clients in intellectual property matters involving technical issues. He focuses his practice in district court patent litigation, PTO and ITC proceedings, and international arbitration. Kelvin’s experience spans a wide range of complex technologies, including medical devices, pharmaceuticals, consumer software applications, mobile phone technologies, and semiconductors.

After obtaining his Masters of Science degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Kelvin practiced intellectual property litigation in Houston and Orange County for a number of years before joining O’Melveny’s Los Angeles office.


  • Korean (fluent)


Bar Admissions

  • California
  • Texas

Court Admissions

  • District Court, Northern District of California
  • District Court, Southern District of Texas


  • The University of Texas School of Law, J.D.: Executive Submissions Editor, Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal
  • The University of Michigan, M.S., Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • The University of Michigan, B.S., Ecology and Evolutionary Biology & Program in the Environment: University Honors

Professional Activities


  • National Asian Pacific American Bar Association


  • Equity In Broad and Flexible Fashion, Federal Circuit Wasn’t Chicken to Grant Equitable Intervening Right in Poultry Processing Equipment Case, (April 2021)

International Trade Commission Matters

  • Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) - In re Certain Integrated Circuit Products and Devices Containing the Same (337-TA-1295).  Represented AMD in its defense against patent claims concerning its discrete graphic card products, graphics processing units (GPU), and central processing units (CPU)

District Court Patent Matters

  • Samsung Electronics. Co., Ltd. (Samsung) - Scramoge Technology Ltd. v. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. et al (W.D.Tex.) – Defended Samsung against Scramoge in a series of cases involving patents relating to wireless charging for smartphones and tablets
  • Bitglass, Inc. (Bitglass) – Bitglass, Inc. v. Netskope, Inc. (N.D.Cal.) – Represented Bitglass against a competitor, Fortinet, involving patents relating to cloud network security systems 
  • Farmobile LLC (Farmobile) – Farmobile LLC v. Farmers Edge Inc.; Farmers Edge (US) Inc. (E.D. Tex.) – Represented Farmobile against a competitor, Farmers Edge, involving patents relating to farmland data collection methods and systems
  • Forescout Technologies, Inc. (Forescout) – Forescout Technologies, Inc. v. Fortinet, Inc. (N.D.Cal.) – Represented Forescout against a competitor, Fortinet, involving patents relating to improving cybersecurity for multiple devices accessing a central network
  • Micron Technology, Inc. (Micron) – Unification Technologies LLC  v. Micron Technology, Inc., et al (W.D. Tex.) – Defended Micron against Unification Technologies involving patents relating to data management methods in Solid State Drive (SSD) products
  • Microsoft Corporation (Microsoft) – Exafer Ltd. v. Microsoft Corporation (W.D. Tex.) – Represented Microsoft against Exafer involving patents relating to networking technologies for multiple computers and user devices
  • Bungie, Inc. (Bungie) – Acceleration Bay, LLC v. Bungie, Inc. et al (N.D.Cal.) – Defended Bungie against Acceleration Bay in a series of cases involving patents relating to broadcasting technologies for online gaming