Hae Park-Suk is of counsel in the Washington, D.C., office and a member of the Intellectual Property Department. Ms. Park-Suk counsels clients on the selection, adoption, availability, and proper use of trademarks. Her practice consists of searching and clearing trademarks, prosecuting domestic and international trademark applications, managing extensive foreign trademark portfolios, assisting clients in planning and structuring their worldwide trademark strategies, assisting clients in protecting and enforcing their trademarks in the U.S. and worldwide, coordinating intellectual property assignments, resolving trademark infringement disputes, litigating before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, recordation and enforcement of trademarks at the customs office (U.S. and foreign), anti-counterfeiting and domain disputes. Ms. Park-Suk also advises on advertising and labeling issues and copyright matters. Ms. Park-Suk counsels clients in a variety of industries including advertising, cosmetics, entertainment, fashion, food, manufacturing machinery, telecommunications, musical instruments, pharmaceuticals, telecommunicationsand textiles.
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