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Nick Choi is an associate in the firm’s Trial & Global Disputes Practice.  Nick focuses his practice on complex patent litigation matters in the pharmaceutical and high-tech industries.

Nick is based in King and Spalding's New York office where he works with a team of attorneys representing life sciences and high-tech companies.

Nick received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center while working as a patent agent at an international law firm in Washington, DC.  Prior to law school, Nick worked as a patent examiner at the United States Patent and Trademark Office where he examined patent applications related to semiconductor devices and manufacturing processes.  He received an M.S. in materials science and engineering from Columbia University, and a B.S. in chemistry, cum laude, with a minor in Spanish, from Binghamton University.

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Credentials

B.S. Chemistry, Binghamton University, cum laude

J.D., Georgetown University Law Center

M.S., Columbia University

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Korean

Spanish

Matters

Representing Broadcom Inc. in district court litigation involving patents and copyrights relating to LDPC software.

Representing Express Mobile, Inc. in district court litigations involving patents directed to website development technology.

Represented Galderma Laboratories, L.P. in district court litigations and a Federal Circuit appeal involving Oracea®, a doxycycline product for treating rosacea with over a billion dollars in sales.

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Representing Broadcom Inc. in district court litigation involving patents and copyrights relating to LDPC software.

Representing Express Mobile, Inc. in district court litigations involving patents directed to website development technology.

Represented Galderma Laboratories, L.P. in district court litigations and a Federal Circuit appeal involving Oracea®, a doxycycline product for treating rosacea with over a billion dollars in sales.

Represented Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in inter partes review proceedings before the PTAB involving Soliris®, a multi-billion dollar biologic product for treating paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria.

Represented Sebela International Limited in district court litigation involving Brisdelle®, a paroxetine product for treating vasomotor symptoms associated with menopause.

Represented Fujifilm Corporation in litigation before the International Trade Commission involving magnetic data storage tape products.

Insights

Article · Source: Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal

April 1, 2018
Recent Federal Circuit Decisions on Analyzing "Secondary Considerations" in Obviousness Determinations

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Matters

Representing Broadcom Inc. in district court litigation involving patents and copyrights relating to LDPC software.

Representing Express Mobile, Inc. in district court litigations involving patents directed to website development technology.

Represented Galderma Laboratories, L.P. in district court litigations and a Federal Circuit appeal involving Oracea®, a doxycycline product for treating rosacea with over a billion dollars in sales.

See more
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Close

Matters

Representing Broadcom Inc. in district court litigation involving patents and copyrights relating to LDPC software.

Representing Express Mobile, Inc. in district court litigations involving patents directed to website development technology.

Represented Galderma Laboratories, L.P. in district court litigations and a Federal Circuit appeal involving Oracea®, a doxycycline product for treating rosacea with over a billion dollars in sales.

Represented Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in inter partes review proceedings before the PTAB involving Soliris®, a multi-billion dollar biologic product for treating paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria.

Represented Sebela International Limited in district court litigation involving Brisdelle®, a paroxetine product for treating vasomotor symptoms associated with menopause.

Represented Fujifilm Corporation in litigation before the International Trade Commission involving magnetic data storage tape products.

Insights

Article · Source: Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal

April 1, 2018
Recent Federal Circuit Decisions on Analyzing "Secondary Considerations" in Obviousness Determinations

View all

Credentials

B.S. Chemistry, Binghamton University, cum laude

J.D., Georgetown University Law Center

M.S., Columbia University

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Korean

Spanish