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- Eric Rogers, JD, PhD
Eric Rogers, Esq. studied molecular biology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center earning his PhD in 2005. His scientific career highlights include post-doc at Harvard Medical School and research at Easton Laboratory.
He studied law at Chicago-Kent to embark his legal career in 2013, and since then he served as an IP director at Molecular Templates, Inc.
With his pharmaceutical background, he focuses on drug patent issues along with other regulatory issues related to the pharmaceutical industry.
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- Young Jeon, JD
He earned his B.S. in Bioengineering back in 2007 from Yonsei Univ., Seoul, South Korea and his J.D. in 2012 from Chicago-Kent College of Law with a certificate of concentration program in Intellectual Property Law. After admitted to the Illinois bar the same year, he practiced trademark law before the USPTO and immigration law before the USCIS, among others.
After serving at a South Korean electronics manufacturing company as a general legal director, he moved on to focus on intellectual property law in the United States. He is now registered patent attorney with the USPTO, and he practices federal trademark law and patent law exclusively.
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