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Hyun Woo Choi

Associate Lawyer

Hyun Woo Choi is an associate lawyer at MBM in our Vancouver office. Hyun joined MBM as a summer student and completed his articles with the firm.

Hyun’s practice includes drafting and prosecuting patent applications in a variety of technical fields with an emphasis on computer and communication technologies including wireless and wired networks, communication, computer automated systems, electronics, computer hardware and software, and other computer-related technologies. His practice extends to manufacturing, mechanical and oil field technologies. Hyun also conducts and coordinates prior art searches and works on various legal matters in intellectual property law cases.

Prior to pursuing his career in intellectual property law, Hyun worked as a software engineer at an international software company for several years. While working as an engineer, Hyun’s primary work included developing web servers and mobile applications. His work was recognized throughout his career and one of the mobile applications primarily developed by him has won Silver Prize at an international mobile application contest hosted by a major international IT company.

Hyun speaks and writes Korean fluently.

Education

  • B.A.Sc. (Computer Engineering), University of British Columbia

  • J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School

Technology Areas

  • Electrical / Communications

  • Computer Hardware, Networking and Software

  • Cloud Computing

  • Software / Internet / IT

Practice Area

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DR. Michael Maskery

Patent Agent


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