Minjae Kang’s practice includes litigation before both district courts and the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). He has participated in various aspects of litigation, including fact discovery, depositions, witness preparation, expert discovery, drafting motions, and trials.
In addition to litigation, Minjae’s practice includes preparation and prosecution of patent applications in a variety of technologies, including computer software and hardware, networks, network security, databases, telecommunications, mobile devices, electronic and mechanical devices, and business methods.
Minjae joined Finnegan with professional experience in software engineering and enterprise application integration. He designed and developed numerous enterprise software applications as a software architect and engineer, and obtained a number of professional certifications in the process, including Sun Certified Business Component Developer, Sun Certified Web Component Developer, Sun Certified Java Developer, Sun Certified Java Programmer, webMethod Certified B2B Developer, and webMethod Certified Enterprise (Enterprise Application Integration) Developer.
Minjae’s technical expertise includes chemical processes and polymer science. During his undergraduate studies, he conducted research in polymer science carrying out siloxane polymer syntheses and studying catalyst systems. Since joining Finnegan, Minjae has worked in a variety of technical fields, including chemical, electrical, and mechanical.
George Mason University School of Law J.D., 2007
Cornell University B.S., Chemical Engineering, cum laude, 1999