Suyoung Jang is an associate in the firm’s New York office. His practice focuses on patent litigation and inter partes review (IPR) proceedings involving computer technologies. In addition, Suyoung has experience in prosecuting patents involving distributed computing networks, software, and medical devices.
Suyoung completed his undergraduate studies in Electrical Engineering at Georgia Tech and received his J.D. at Harvard Law School. While in law school, Suyoung interned at the EdLaw Project, assisting families to obtain special education accommodation for their children. He also contributed to the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology Digest.
Suyoung worked as a summer associate at the firm in 2017 and joined the firm in 2018.
- Co-Author, "Contradictory Positions Render Claims Indefinite," Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (February 2021)
- Co-Author, "Expiration of Patent Does Not Always Trigger Application of Phillips Standard on IPR Appeal," Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (October 2020)
- Co-Author, "A Patentee Cannot Circumvent the Marking Requirement by Proving Separate Infringement of Method Claims," Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (July 2020)
- Co-Author, "Mere Potential for Future Certiorari Petition After Remand Does Not Prevent Triggering Estoppel of Inter Partes Reexamination," Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (August 2019)
- Co-Author, "Broad description in specification defeats patent owner’s bid for narrow construction," Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (May 2019)
Co-Author, "Clarity and Progress at the USPTO: The USPTO Publishes Revised Guidance on Patent Eligible Subject Matter," Knobbe Martens Firm Alert (January 2019)