Palo Alto Attorney Soyeun D. Choi Named Intellectual Property Chair of San Mateo County Bar Association

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Soyeun D. Choi is the chair of the intellectual property section of the San Mateo County Bar Association.

Soyeun D. Choi, Palo Alto Business Transactions and Intellectual Property Attorney

Soyeun D. Choi, Palo Alto Business Transactions and Intellectual Property Attorney

I look forward to serving intellectual property attorneys in San Mateo County by organizing programs. The world of intellectual property is changing rapidly, and attorneys need to stay abreast of the latest developments to serve their clients well.

Soyeun D. Choi, a Palo Alto attorney specializing in business transactions and intellectual property, has been named the Chair of the Intellectual Property Section of the San Mateo County Bar Association. The Section organizes Continuing Legal Education events in the various areas of intellectual property, including patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets. The San Mateo County Bar Association was formed in 1916 and serves 1,400 attorneys.

In the area of business transactions, Ms. Choi helps companies with matters ranging from entity formation to dissolution, contracts, purchases, sales, financings, and other business critical legal matters. Her intellectual property practice emphasizes brand identity and protection through trademarks, copyrights, licensing agreements and trade secrets.

“I look forward to serving intellectual property attorneys in San Mateo County by organizing programs. The world of intellectual property is changing rapidly, and attorneys need to stay abreast of the latest developments to serve their clients well,” said Ms. Choi.

In addition to maintaining a busy practice, Ms. Choi is actively involved in the community. She has demonstrated community leadership in many capacities: as President of the Palo Alto Area Bar Association for several terms, Co-Chair of the Newsletter Committee of the Asian American Bar Association, and Vice Chair of the Diversity Committee of the San Mateo County Bar Association. Further, Ms. Choi is a Board member of Bay Area Benefit, a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve the disenfranchised, under-represented and distressed members of San Francisco Bay Area communities and is a member of the Alumni Council of the University of California at Santa Cruz.

For further information, please see Ms. Choi’s biography at http://www.sdchoilaw.com/attorney-profile.

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