Kenneth Cho Joins Wiggin and Dana as Partner in the Litigation Department and Intellectual Property Practice Group
Wiggin and Dana is pleased to announce that Kenneth Cho has joined the firm as a Litigation Partner in the New York office. Ken has more than 25 years of experience in cross border dispute resolution, intellectual property litigation and licensing, IP asset management and valuation, and counseling matters.
Ken has represented diverse international clients including clients engaged in cryptocurrency exchanges, semiconductor and OLED manufacturing, telecommunications and mobile telephony, biomedical devices, optical disc storage technologies and others.
In addition to handling intellectual property matters in the United States, Ken’s experience is international in scope and spans to Europe and the Far East. Ken has worked overseas as a U.S. attorney at South Korea’s most prestigious law firm; spent about a decade working “in-house” in the Intellectual Property and Standards group of Philips Electronics and as a patent assertion attorney for AT&T Corp. specializing in offensive patent assertion and licensing matters.
Ken earned his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law, and his B.S.E.E. from Rutgers College of Engineering.