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John Bochnovic
President (Canada)/International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI)

John Bochnovic is a partner of and the chair of Smart & Biggar, Canada’s largest firm practising exclusively in the intellectual property field. 
He is based in Ottawa and has over 30 years of extensive IP advisory experience. He is a member of the Bars of Ontario and Quebec, and a registered patent and a trade-mark agent. He was a research fellow at the Max Planck Institute in Munich in 1981 and for many years taught patent law at the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa. He is currently the President of AIPPI.
 
 
Charles R. McManis
Professor of law/Washington University in St. Louis

Charles R. McManis is the Thomas and Karole Green Professor of Law and former Director of the Intellectual Property & Technology Law Program at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. He received his B.A. degree from Birmingham-Southern College in 1964, and both his M.A. (in Philosophy) and J.D. degrees from Duke University in 1972. 
Professor McManis has been a frequent visiting lecturer and paper presenter at universities and academic conferences throughout the United States, Asia, Europe, and in South America. During 1993 and 1994, Professor McManis was Fulbright Fellow in Korea, where he lectured and did research at the International Intellectual Property Training Institute in Taejon. He has served as a consultant for the World Intellectual Property Organization, in India, Korea, and Oman, and in 2002 he presented a paper at a Joint WIPO/UPOV Symposium, on the Co-existence of Patents and Plant Breeders’ Rights, in Geneva, Switzerland.
Professor McManis’ book, Intellectual Property & Unfair Competition in a Nutshell, is now in its 7th edition. He is also co-author of Licensing Intellectual Property in the Information Age, the second edition of which was published in 2005 by Carolina Academic Press. He is also the editor of a multi-authored volume, entitled Biodiversity and the Law: Intellectual Property, Biotechnology and Traditional Knowledge (Earthscan/James & James 2007).
 
 
Ryu Takabayashi
Professor of law/Japan Waseda University

Ryu Takabayashi is a Professor of Law at Waseda University, Law School, Tokyo. He graduated from Waseda University, School of Law in 1976. He then graduated from the legal training and Research Institute by The Supreme Court of Japan in 1978. Professor Takabayashi has worked as Associate Judge of Tokyo District Court (from 1978 to 1988) and then as a Judge by the Matuyama District Court (from 1988 to 1990) to eventually become Judge of Tokyo District Court and Associate of the Supreme Court of Japan [Saibansho Chosakan] (from 1990 to 1995).
From 1995 he joined Waseda Law School as an Associate Professor of the School of Law (from 1995 to 1996), as then a Professor from 1996 to present. 
He has written numerous publications, among which:
1. Copyright Law from the Ground Up (Yuhikaku 2010)
2. Patent Law from the Ground Up (4th ed. )(Yuhikaku 2011)
3. Civil Procedure Law from the Ground Up (JIII 2012)
 
 
Hwang Lee
Professor of law/Korea University

Hwang Lee is a professor at the Korea University School of Law since 2008. His academic interest covers competition laws, intellectual property rights, telecommunication laws, government regulations, and Law and Economics.

Prior to joining Korea University, Professor Lee served the Korea Fair Trade Commission for many years while playing a leading role in prosecuting precedent-setting competition law cases including the Microsoft Tying Case. Subsequently, he was appointed as Research Counsel for the Justices of the Supreme Court of Korea (2006). In this role Professor Lee drafted final judgments for an extensive array of competition and administrative law cases, including the landmark POSCO Judgment (2007) that dealt with abuse of dominance. He has also worked as a consultant at the Division of Competition Law and Policy of OECD in Paris (1998) and clerked at the Northeast Regional Office of the Federal Trade Commission in New York (2002-2003). 

In September 2010, Professor Lee established the Innovation, Competition & Regulation Law Center (the “ICR Law Center”) at Korea University, a research institution that specializes in interdisciplinary research of intellectual property rights, competition laws, telecommunication laws, and economic regulations. 

As an international expert of antitrust laws, Professor Lee often teaches at U.S. law schools, including Washington University in St. Louis. He is also a frequent speaker and lecturer at diverse international conferences, including events hosted by the American Bar Association and Asian Competition Association.

Professor Lee earned his LL.B. from Korea University and J.D. & LL.M. from Columbia Law School in New York where he was an Executive Editor of the Columbia Journal of Asian Law. He is licensed to practice laws in the State of New York (U.S.) and has advised various Korean and international firms.

Professor Lee is the author of many articles and books. Recent works published in English include: Balancing of Competitive Effects of Abuse of Dominance in Asian Countries, working paper, presented at the 2010 Annual Conference of the Asia Competition Association (2010. 9.); and Hwang Lee & Byung Geon Lee, Korea, in THE INTERNATIONAL HANDBOOK ON PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT OF COMPETITION LAW 542 (Albert A. Foer & Jonathan W. Cuneo ed., Edward Elgar, 2011).
 
 
Ki-Seok Ko
Secretary-General, Deputy Minister/Office of IP Strategy & Planning, Presidential Council on Intellectual Property


- 1982 Bachelor of Law Department of Law, Seoul National University
- 1984 Master of Public Administration, Graduate School of Public Administration, 
Seoul National University
- 1991 Master of Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
- 1996 Ph.D. Candidate of Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University


- 2005~2006 Spokesperson for Foreign Press, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
- 2007~2008 Director-General, Special Evaluation Bureau, Office of Policy Coordination
- 2008~2009 Director-General, Policy Analysis Bureau, Prime Minister's Office
- 2009~2010 Deputy Secretary to the President, Chief of Staff's Office, Office of the President
- 2010~2011 Chief Executive Auditor, Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST)
- 2011~2013 Secretary-General / Deputy Minister, Office of IP Strategy & Planning
Presidential Council on Intellectual Property / Prime Minister's Office
- Present Secretary-General / Deputy Minister, Office of IP Strategy & Planning
Presidential Council on Intellectual Property / Ministry of Science, ICT and Future 
Planning
 
 
Young-June Yang
Lawyer/Law Firm Kim&Chang

Jay (Young-June) Yang is an attorney at Kim & Chang with over 25 years of experience in all areas of intellectual property practice, including patent, trademark, design, copyright, unfair competition, trade secret and entertainment. Mr. Yang has extensive experience in litigation, enforcement and dispute resolution, including patent litigations, foreign and domestic customs seizures, and international and domestic licensing and distribution disputes. In recent years, he has also been in the forefront of Internet-related legal developments in Korea, including cases of “cyber-squatting” and domain name disputes. He has also been involved in establishing and operating anti-counterfeit campaigns against persistent counterfeiters and infringers, helping many high-profile clients to operate effective campaigns in Korea. Currently, Mr. Yang is the chairman of the Korea Intellectual Property Research Society Inc. He is also a member of the Seoul Bar Association, the Korean Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. He is also a member of the AIPPI, the Korean Patent Attorneys Association, and the Asian Patent Attorneys Association. Mr. Yang is admitted to practice in Korea and New York.


- 1977 College of Law, Seoul National University (LL.B.)
- 1977 Judicial Research and Training Institute of the Supreme Court of Korea
- 1985 University of Michigan Law School (LL.M.) 


- 1977~1980 Judge Advocate, Republic of Korea Army 
- 1981~Present Kim & Chang 
- 1985~1986 Foreign Lawyers Program of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, New York
- 1992~1996 Copyright Deliberation & Mediation Committee of the Ministry of Culture & Sports 
- 1993~1996 Software Deliberation & Mediation Committee of the Ministry of Information & 
Communication 
- 2007~Present Chairman of the Korea Intellectual Property Research Society Inc. 


- Admitted to bar, Korea, 1977; New York, 1986


- International Intellectual Property Litigation: Korea Chapter (Sweet & Maxwell, 2000-2011) 
- The Enforcement of Patent Rights in Korea (Co-author, Heath, Christopher and Petit, Laurence (eds.) 
- Patent Enforcement Worldwide, Hart Publishing, 2005) 
- International Copyright Law and Practice: Korea Chapter (LexisNexis Matthew Bender, 2000-2011)
- Intellectual Property Law in Korea: Chapter 10. Enforcement (Co-author, Heath, Christopher, Max Planck Series on Asian Intellectual Property Law, Kluwer Law International, 2003) 
- Trademark Anticounterfeiting in Asia and the Pacific Rim: Korea Chapter (Co-author, Chander M. Lall, Clifford Borg-Marks (eds.), INTA Publication, 2001)


- 2010/2011 Asia Pacific Legal 500: Named as a leading individual for IP in Korea 
- 2010 Chambers Asia: Named as a leading individual for IP in Korea ("credited with designing the creative strategies and effectively supervising the case") 
- 2010 Who's Who: Named as the leading Trademarks lawyer 
- 2003~2009 Who's Who: Named as a leading Korean lawyer in patent and trademark areas
- 2008 Chambers Asia: Named as a leading individual for IP in Korea ("pragmatic and creative litigator") 
- 2008 Chosun Ilbo (Newspaper): Named as the best Korean IP lawyer
 
 
Young-Tack Shim
Professor/Seoul National University

Prof. Youngtack Shim received his BS and MS in chemical engineering in Korea. After coming to the US in 1985, he received from Duke University his PhD in biomedical engineering and JD. Prof. Shim worked as a patent attorney in the major U.S. patent law-firms such as Fish & Richardson and Pennie & Edmonds. After he returned to Korea in 2006, he worked as the COO in the Technology Licensing Office at Seoul National University (SNU), managed Intellectual Ventures of Korea as President, and now serving his alma mater, SNU, as the Invited Professor of Law at the School of Law as well as the Vice President of the SNU Techno Holdings. And Prof. Shim has still been inventing while dreaming
 
 
Joo-Mee Kim
Former President, Korean-American Intellectual Property Lawyers Association/Partner, Rothwell, Figg, Ernst & Manbeck, p.c.

Ms. Kim is a partner in the firm and she is former president of Korean American Intellectual Property Lawyers association. Ms. Kim’s practice focuses on litigating patent cases and counseling clients for obtaining, licensing and enforcing patents in various technology areas including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, electronics and mechanical areas. Ms. Kim has a broad range of experience in patent matters both in the United States and Korea. Ms. Kim has extensive experience in patent litigation including Hatch-Waxman litigation, both in district courts and the court of appeals for the federal circuit. Ms. Kim litigated on behalf of mylan Pharmaceuticals, Rexall, Inc., Nature’s Bounty and LG electronics. Ms. Kim has also handled number of alternative dispute resolution cases including arbitration cases before the American Arbitration Association (AAA).

Preperesentative Litigation matters include:
Pfizer Inc. v. Mylan 
Alza v. Mylan 
Bausch & Lomb v. NBTY
Unigen Pharmaceutical, Inc. v. Walgreen Co.
Ennova Direct Inc. v. LG Electronics, USA Inc.
ICS LLC v. Sony Electronics, Inc. et al.
TVI v. Sony Corp. et al.
Webvention LLC v. Adidas America Inc. et al.
VoxPath v. LG Electronics USA Inc. et al.
Parallel Networks v. Adidas America Inc. et al.
Patent Harbor v. LG Electronics et al.
AFPU v. Sprint et al.
CPC v. LG Electronics
MyPort IP, Inc. v. HTC Corp. et al.
SimpleAir, Inc. v. Microsoft Corp. et al.
Garnet Digital v. Apple Inc. et al.

Ms. Kim’s Practice also includes counseling clients for maximizing licensing revenue from patented and patentable technologies. For example, Ms. Kim successfully represented biotech companies in licensing out patents to various companies throughout the world including Japan, Europe and the United States with a significant amount of upfront fees and favorable running royalties. Ms. Kim is also counseling various clients in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, biomedical and electronic areas for strategic exploitation of their patents and for development of effective defenses against infringement allegations.
 
 
Mingxing Han
President/Patent Attorney, MING & SURE Intellectual Property Law Firm


- 1984 Institute of Resources and Civil Engineering, Northeastern University, B. S.


- 1984 Qualified as patent attorney
- 1984~1994 Vice President, the former NEEC Patent Office
- 1994~2004 Senior Patent Counsel, Intellectual Property Department of Samsung Electronics CO., LTD.
- 2004~Present President of MING & SURE Intellectual Property Law Firm 


- Board of All-China Patent Agent Association (ACPAA)
- Chairman of Sodality of Chinese Korean Intellectual Property Specialists
 
 
Ki-su Lee
Former President, Korea University/Chairperson, Sentencing Commission of the Supreme Court of Korea


- 1965~1969 Bachelor of Law (LL.B), Korea University
- 1970~1972 Master of Law (LL.M), Seoul National University
- 1974~1977 Coursework for Ph. D, Korea University 
- 1977~1983 Ph. D, Tübingen University, Germany
- 2010 Honorary Doctor of Law Degree, Waseda University, Japan
- 2010 Honorary Doctor of Education Degree, Yonsei University, Korea
- 2010 Honorary Doctor Degree, St. Petersburg University, Russia
- 2010 Honorary Doctor of Law Degree, Meiji University, Japan


- 1972~1975 Instructor of Law, Korea Military Academy (Captain, ROK Army)
- 1984~2011 Professor of Law, Korea University College of Law & School of Law
- 2002~2011 DVS, Wisconsin Madison Law School
- 2010~Present Honorary Professor, Yanbian University of Science & Technology
- 2011~Present Honorary Professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University
- 2011~2012 DVS, The George Washington University Law School
- 2011~Present Professor Emeritus, School of Law, Korea University


- 1994~1996 President, Anam Law Association
- 1996~1998 President, The Korean Academic Society of Business Administration and Law 
- 1997~1998 President, Korea Intellectual Property Law Association 
- 1999~2001 President, Korea International Trade Law Association
- 2002~2005 President, The Korea-Germany Law Association
- 2002~2003 President, The Korea Commercial Law Association 
- 2003~2005 Executive vice president, The Korea Law Professors Association, Inc. 
- 2006~2008 President, The Korea Law Professors Association, Inc.
- 2006~2008 Committee member, Advisory Committee on the Selection of Supreme Court Justice 
Candidates 
- 2006~2008 President, The Korean Association of Arbitration Studies, Inc. 
- 2006~2008 President, The Korean Society of German Studies, Inc. 
- 2007~2009 President, Korea Copyright Law Association, Inc. 
- 2011~Present President, Korea-Japan Law Association 
- 2011~Present President, Korea-U.S.A. Law Association 
- 1996~Present Governor, Germany-East Asia Forum 
- 2002~Present Senior Advisor, Korea Economic Law Association 
- 2006~Present Senior Advisor, The Korean-Chinese Society of Law 


- 1986~1999 Visiting Professor, Tübingen University Law College
- 1990~1990 Visiting Professor, Mainz University Law College
- 1995~1996 Visiting Scholar, Harvard Law School 
- 1997~1997 Visiting Professor, München Max-Plank Institute
- 1999~1999 Visiting Professor, Marburg University Law College
- 1999~2001 Visiting Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School
- 2001 Korea Legal Culture Award (Korea Bar Association)
- 2009 Grand Award by The Korean Arbitrators Association
- 2010 Commander's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
- 2010 Award a medal by Konrad Adenauer Stiftung
- 2010 Award a medal by Lomonosov Moscow State University
- 2011 Award a Pushkin medal by Russia
- 2011 Honorary Citizen & Goodwill Ambassador, the City of Houston, U.S.A.
- 2011 Citation of Educational Contribution by Seoul Federation of Teachers Association
- 2011 Order of Civil Merit, Dongbaek Medal, Republic of Korea
- 2012 Award of Excellence in Education, Mexico Government 
(Celebrating 50 years of Korea-Mexico Diplomatic Ties)


- Books: About 20 Treatises, inclusive of Corporation Law (1990)
- Articles: About 300 Papers, inclusive of Gläubigerschutz bei Unterkapitalisierung der GmbH (Thesis for Ph. D Degree, 1983)
 
 
David Cynamon
Partner/Law Firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

David Cynamon is currently the managing partner of the Abu Dhabi office of the international law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP. He is a litigator with forty years of experience in complex civil and appellate litigation and alternative dispute resolution, including complex contract claims, corporate disputes, trade secret disputes and energy industry disputes. David has handled commercial arbitration and mediation proceedings on behalf of clients in a wide variety of U.S. and international forums. He recently represented a Korean investment bank in connection with a complex commercial dispute in the United States, which included a claim of theft of trade secrets. Since 2006, he has represented the Kuwaiti citizens detained at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
In 2009, Washingtonian Magazine cited David as one of thirty “stars of the bar” in the District of Columbia. In 2007, the Washington Business Journal named David as D.C. Corporate Litigation Lawyer of the Year. He is also listed in Best Lawyers in America in commercial litigation.
David received his law degree, cum laude, from Harvard Law School in 1973, and graduated, cum laude, from Brown University in 1970 with a B.A. degree in International Relations. He is a member of the District of Columbia Bar and also is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and most of the United States federal courts of appeals.
 
 
Yukiyasu Aoyama
Former Director General, Japan Customs and Tariff Bureau/President, Sohgo Security Services Co. LTD


- 1975 Graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Tokyo


- 1975 Joined Ministry of Finance
- 1993~1995 Director, Minister’s Secretariat, and Policy Planning and Research Division
- 1995~1997 Chief constable of Wakayama Prefectural Police Department
- 1997~2000 Director, Customs and Tariff Bureau, Ministry of Finance
- 2000~2002 Director, Policy Bureau, Environment Agency
- 2002~2003 Director General, Yokohama Customs, Ministry of Finance
- 2003~2006 Deputy Director General, Custom and Tariff Bureau, Ministry of Finance
- 2006~2008 Director General, Customs and Tariff Bureau, Ministry of Finance
- 2008 Retirement from the Ministry of Finance
- 2008 Joined SOGHO SECURITY SERVICES CO.,LTD
- 2010~2011 Senior Executive Vice President, SOGHO SECURITY SERVICES CO.,LTD
- 2011~2012 Senior Executive Vice President, COO, SOGHO SECURITY SERVICES CO.,LTD
- 2012~Present President, COO, SOGHO SECURITY SERVICES CO.,LTD
 
 
Sang-Bong Nam
Executive President of Legal Affairs Department/KT corp.


- 1986 Graduated from the College of Law, Yonsei University. 
- 2009 Graduated from the Graduate School of Law, Yonsei University 
(Master of Intellectual Property). 
- 2010~present Doctoral Program, the Graduate School of InformationSecurity, Korea University. 
- 1992 Completed the 21st Class of the Judicial Research and Training Institute. 


- 1992~2004 Served as the Public Prosecutor at Daegu District Public Prosecutor’s Office(Criminal Division, Investigation Division)/Chuncheon District Public Prosecutor’s Yeongwol Office/Seoul District Public Prosecutor’s Bukbu Office (public safety, intellectual property, etc)/ Chuncheon District Public Prosecutor’s Office (public safety, planning)/Seoul District Public Prosecutor’s Office(intellectual property, computer investigation, etc)/Suwon District Public Prosecutor’s Seongnam Office (public safety, planning, intellectual property, computer investigation). 
- 2004~2006 Legal Advisor for the Minister of Communication and Information Technology.
- 2006~2007 Senior Prosecutor of Criminal Division 2, Cheongju District Public Prosecutor’s Office. 
- 2007~2009 Digital Investigation Officer, Prosecution Service. 
- 2009~2010 Senior Prosecutor of Criminal Division 2/3, Seoul Bukbu District Public Prosecutor’s 
Office. 
- 2010~2011 Senior Prosecutor of Criminal Division 2, Incheon District Public Prosecutor’s Office. 
- 2011~2012 Attorney-at-law, member of the Law Offices of [Myungmoon]


- Study on Patenting Online Business Methodologies (2001, Theses of Overseas Dispatch Prosecutors).
- Analysis of Investigation of Industrial Spies and Solutions (2004,Collection of Industrial Security Studies, National Intelligence Service). 
- Authored ‘Industrial Spies’ in New Crimes published by the Judicial Research and Training Institute. 


- 1999 Awarded Exemplary Prosecutor Award in public security for disorganizing the local office 
of South Korean Federation of University Students Councils and suggesting helpful policies. 
- 2003 Awarded the Attorney General’s award for his contribution to 「Intellectual Property 
Division」.
 
 
Chang-Moo Lee
Police Administration Professor/Hannam University


2002 City University of New York (NYC, NY) Ph.D. in Criminal Justice (Security Management)
1985 Yonsei University (Seoul, KOREA) B. A. in Political Science & International Studies


2003~Present Hannam University Daejeon, KOREA 
Professor, Department of Police Administration
2007~Present Korea National Police Agency, Seoul, KOREA
Counsel of the Anti-Terrorism Committee
2007~Present Journal of Applied Security Research, International Review Board Member
2011~Present The National Committee of Industrial Technology Security 
Member of Executive Committee 
2012~Present The Korean Police Studies Association, President
2013~Present The Korean Association for Industrial Security, Vice President


- Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering 2008-2009 Selected
- 2000 Outstanding Scientists 2008-2009 by International Biographical Center’s 
- Scholarly Achievement Award 2010 by The Korean Association of Public Safety and Criminal 
Justice 
- Minister of Knowledge Economy Citation for Industrial Technology Security 2011
 
 
Jeong-Yeon Kim
Professor/Sangmyung University


- Researcher, United Technology Institute 
- Financial consulting director, SEIO Co.
- Director, The Korean Association for Research of Industrial Security
- Director, Korea Accounting Information association
- Director, The Korean Research Association for the Business Education
- Director, The Korea Academy of International Business Education
- Financial consulting director, SERIN Co. 


- The Effects of Hedge Accounting on Tobin’s Q for Firms with High Export Ratios 
- The Effects of Exchange Rate Changes on Derivatives and Discretionary Accruals
- The Effects of Financial Information to the Firm Valuation for Information Technology Related Companies
- Analyzing Effects on Firms’ Market Value of Personal Information Security Breaches
- Linear Relationship between Reported Discretional Expenditure and Sales Amount
- The Effects of adopting K-IFRS on financial reports
- Information Analysis of differences between reported expenditure and actual spending in advertising
- Value relevance of financial information considering industry life cycle-evidence from Korean internet related industry
 
 
Sun-Hee Yoon
Professor/Han Yang University


- 1988 B.A., Doshisha University
- 1990 LL.M., Kobe University
- 1993 LL.D., Kobe University


- 1997-1998 Dean of the College of Law, Sangji University
- 1999-2008 Professor of the College of Law, Hanyang University
- 2006-2007 Visiting Scholar of the Business Law Center, The Department of Law and Politics, 
Tokyo University
- 2008-2012 President of Gyeonggi Council for Patent Cooperation
- 2010-2012 President of Korean Association of Arbitration Studies
- 2012-2013 President of Korean Association for Research of Industrial Security
- 2005-present Secretary-General of Intellectual Property Forum
- 2008-present Vice President of Korea Copyright Law Association
- 2009-present Professor of the School of Law, Hanyang University
- 2009-present President of Korea Industrial Property Law Association


- Patent Law (5th ed.), 2012
- Intellectual Property Law (13th ed.), 2012
- Unfair Competition Prevention Act, 2012
- Trade Secret Protection Act, 2012
- Law School Patent Law, 2010
- Trademark Law, 2007
- Copyright Law(Co-translation), 2008


- “Study on Differences of the Patent and Trademark System of South Korea and China for the Free Trade Agreement”, Journal of Industrial Property, Vol.39, December 2012
- “A Study on the Factors for Employee’s Invention Remuneration under Article 15, Paragraph 3 of the Invention Promotion Act of Korea ”, THE JUSTICE, Vol.129, April 2012
- “Bill of Intellectual Property Law for the Creation, Use and Protection of Intellectual Property”, Intellectual Property 21, January 2007
- “Trust of Intellectual Property”, Creation and Right, June 2007
 
 
Jong-Hak Park
Chief prosecuting attorney/Jeonju District Court


- Bachelor of Laws, Han Yang University, Seoul, Korea


- Judge, Seoul Eastern District Court
- Judge, Patent Court
- Judge, Seoul Central District Court 
- Presiding Judge, Jeonju District Court
 
 
Jin Keun Jeong
Professor of law/Kangwon National University


- 1995~1996 Bachelor of computer science, KAIST
- 1997~1999 Bachelor of Law (LLB), Korea University 
- 1999~2001 Master of Law (LLM), Korea University 
- 2001~2004 Ph.D. in Law, Korea University 


- 1995~1997 Member of SAMSUNG Corp.
- 2005~2006 Invited researcher at IIP(Institute of Intellectual Property) in JAPAN
- 2006~2008 Full-time Lecturer, Kangwon National University
- 2008~2010 Assistant Professor, Kangwon National University
- 2009~2011 Vice Dean of LAW School, Kangwon National University
- 2011~present Associate Professor, Kangwon National University
- 2012~2013 Visiting Scholar, Law School of Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel (Germany)


Intellectual Property Law, Science and Technology related Law
 
 
Hak-Kyun Kim
Partner/Law Firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Mr. Kim is a partner in Pillsbury’s Washington DC office and the head of Korea practice group. Mr. Kim’s prior Korea work experience includes working as an economist at the Bank of Korea for 10 years.
Prior to his joining Pillsbury in 2006, Mr. Kim practiced at two prominent DC law firms. At Pillsbury, Mr. Kim helps Korean and Asian corporations in establishing facilities in the U.S. and the Middle East areas. Mr. Kim also advises them in complying with U.S. commercial regulations and helps them navigate the U.S. legislative process. Mr. Kim helps to facilitate foreign investments into Korean and other Asian markets and advises U.S. companies establishing facilities in Korea and Asia.
The scope of his practice includes representation of telecommunications companies, automakers, financial institutions, Internet service providers, international steel companies, energy concerns, food companies, high technology manufacturing corporations and pharmaceutical companies and the Korean government. In 2009, Mr. Kim led the special committee of independent directors of Gmarket, the largest internet auction site in Korea, in the $1.2 billion acquisition by eBay through a negotiated tender offer. He has represented a Korean consortium in connection with the sale of the AIG building (the second tallest building in Manhattan) and a complex real estate dispute in the United States. He also has represented Korean companies and the Korean government for nuclear and renewable energy issues.
Mr. Kim graduated from Seoul National University in 1986 with a B.A. degree in law and in 2001 received J.D. from University of Minnesota Law School. He is a member of the District of Columbia Bar and New York Bar.
 
 
Sung-Tae Yoon
Director/KNPA Foreign Affairs Bureau, Foreign Affairs Investigation Division


1985 Graduated Korean National Police University, LL.B
1992 Graduated Graduate School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University (MA)
2000 Graduated Chicago-Kent College of Law (LL.M)


- 1994~1997 Chief, Narcotics Section, Criminal Investigation Bureau, KNPA
- 1998~2001 Police Attaché, Consulate General of ROK in Chicago, USA
- 2002 Commander, National Security Investigation Squad, BMPA
- 2003~2004 Chief, Personnel Section, BMPA
- 2005 Director, Office of Inspection & Public Complaints, UMPA
- 2006 Chief, Gyeongnam Namhae Police Station, GPPA
- 2007 Director, Academic Affairs Division, KNPU
- 2008 Director, Personnel Division, KNPA
- 2009~2010 Chief, Seoul Songpa Police Station, SMPA
- 2011~2013 Director, Foreign Affairs Planning Division, KNPA
- 2013~Present Director, Foreign Affairs Investigation Division, KNPA
 
 
Ju-Bong Jo
Leader/Raon Secure Whitehat Center, Security Technology Education Team


- CHONNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY M.S.
- CHONNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY Ph.D. Student


- (주)3WAR
- (주)WOWKOREA
- (주)ASADAL
- (주)AHNLAB


- 2001 Computer Hacking Contest(Grand Prize) KYUNGPOOK National University
- 2002 KHF(Bronze Prize) GIST
- 2002 Computer Security Challenge(Gold Prize) DAEDUK COLLEGE
- 2003 KHF(Bronze Prize) - GIST
- 2003 Computer Security Challenge(Silver Prize) DAEDUK COLLEGE
- 2003 Computer Hacking Contest(Silver Prize) Kimcheon Science College
- 2003 Hacking Linux Server Contest (Bronze Prize) HackerSchool
- 2003 Wowhacker Hacking Festival (Special Prize) WOWHacker
- 2005 H.U.S.T Hacking Festival (Gold Prize) HONGIK University
- 2005 Wowhacker Hacking Festival (Grand Prize) WOWHacker 
- 2005 KISA HDCON 2005 (Silver Prize) KISA
- 2006 KISA HDCON 2006(Silver Prize) KISA
- 2006 Open source software Vulnerabilities Contest(Team) KISA
- 2006 H.U.S.T Hacking FESTIVAL (4nd place) HONGIK University
- 2007 Computer Security Challenge(Silver Prize) KISA 
- 2007 Defcon CTF Advanced-Round - Defcon(U.S.A)
- 2008 Defcon CTF Advanced-Round - Defcon(USA)
- 2009 Argos Computer Hacking Contest(3nd place) CHUNGNAM National University
- 2009 CODEGATE Computer Security Challenge(Grand Prize) Softforum
- 2009 KISA HDCON 2009(Gold Prize) KISA 
- 2011 KISA HDCON 2011(Gold Prize) KISA
 
 

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