Williamson and Moon to Speak at O'Melveny's March Corporate Counsel SeminarMarch 23, 2011
O'Melveny partner Brett Williamson (NB) and associate Bo Moon (NB) will discuss the practical implications of the US Supreme Court's apparent siding with Microsoft in Microsoft v. i4i, lowering the standard of proof for challenging the validity of a patent in court. O'Melveny's March Corporate Counsel Seminar will be held March 23, at the Newport Beach office.
Brett Williamson is the Managing Partner of O’Melveny’s Newport Beach office and a member of the Intellectual Property and Technology Practice within the Litigation Department. He focuses on representing technology companies in intellectual property matters, with an emphasis on patent infringement, technology trade secrets, and antitrust litigation. He has been consistently named a “Super Lawyer” in Intellectual Property Litigation in a survey conducted by Law & Politics Media Inc. and published in Los Angeles Magazine (2007-10) and described as a “notable trade secret lawyer” by Legal 500.
Bo Moon is an associate in O’Melveny's Newport Beach office and a member of the Intellectual Property and Technology Practice Group within the Litigation Department. Bo focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation, with an emphasis on patent-related and trade secrets matters. Before joining O’Melveny, Bo worked as a software application analyst for Siemens AG, and as an industrial designer for Solid Technologies in Seoul, Korea and LG Electronics Design Technologies in Dublin, Ireland.
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