Seongyoune (Sean) Kang
Sean is the founder of Quantum Patent Law Firm and is a patent attorney with over 15 years of experience in the field of patent law. Prior to founding the firm, Sean accumulated an abundance of experience working at Oblon, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, LLP, an IP boutique firm that is a leader in U.S. patent grants, and Pearne & Gordon, LLP, an IP boutique firm with a history of over 100 years. He also worked in-house at Schlumberger, the largest oilfield services company in the world, and managed a global patent portfolio relating to dynamic pressure management, drill cuttings management, and fluid processing.
In his career, Sean has drafted over 100 patent applications and has prosecuted to allowance applications in the fields of automotive technology, turbomachinery, semiconductor manufacturing, display panel manufacturing, robots, medical devices, imaging technology, home appliances, lighting systems, horology, eyewear, etc. Sean also has extensive experience advising clients regarding non-infringement, invalidity and patentability and utilizing the Examiner's search system (EAST) to personally conduct prior art searches.
Sean is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, California and Ohio, and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Sean obtained his Juris Doctor from the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and his B.S. in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Seoul National University.
Paul A. Serbinowski
Paul is an of counsel at Quantum Patent Law Firm and a patent attorney with over 20 years of experience. He has been a partner at four law firms and has obtained patents in the following technical areas: life sciences including polypeptide and nucleic acid compositions; probiotics for dogs, cows, pigs and Atlantic salmon; use of DNA SNIPs for producing disease resistant Atlantic salmon; stem cells and processes involving same; organic and inorganic chemistry; materials science; fermentation processes for alternative energy and for making chemical compounds; chemical compounds for photovoltaic devices and luminescent solar concentrators; catalysts for polymer synthesis such as for use in the tire industry; liquid crystal displays including pressure sensitive cholesteric liquid crystal writing tablets; imaging systems, vacuum pumps, pumps for pumping molten metal; pharmaceuticals; biomaterials, advanced magnesium alloys such as for use in car racing and aerospace; dissolvable magnesium alloy plugs for use in the oil industry; oxide washcoats for catalytic converters, steelmaking, and lighting fixtures including compact fluorescent lighting and LEDs. Paul also has experience with trademark procurement.
Paul is admitted to practice in North Carolina and New York, and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Paul obtained his Juris Doctor from Widener University Commonwealth Law School, his B.S. in ceramic engineering from Alfred University, and his M.S. in biochemistry from Case Western Reserve University.