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Rex Hwang
REX HWANG “I strive to serve my clients with integrity, creativity, compassion, and diligence.”

Rex Hwang

Partner

Los Angeles (main)

t: 310.556.7826
f: 310.843.2626
rhwang@glaserweil.com

Rex Hwang

Partner

Los Angeles (main)

Rex Hwang, a registered Patent Attorney in Glaser Weil’s Intellectual Property Department, has more than 13 years of experience litigating complex patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret disputes.  Mr. Hwang’s practice covers all aspects of intellectual property law, including intellectual property litigation, patent and trademark prosecution, licensing negotiation, AIA proceedings such as IPRs, CBMs and PGRs, and counseling relating to intellectual property procurement and development.

Mr. Hwang has handled matters covering a wide range of technologies and products including mobile communication devices, flash memory devices, LED lights, semiconductors, medical devices, consumer chemical products, and computer hardware and software.

Mr. Hwang has represented clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to smaller business including LG, VIZIO, British Broadcasting Corp., SHFL entertainment, Bally Gaming, BEA Systems, Inc., Oracle, Fuji Xerox, and others. 

Mr. Hwang has served as litigation counsel in a variety of intellectual property litigation matters at the federal district court and appellate court levels, and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office in both interference and post-grant review proceedings. 

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Prior to joining Glaser Weil, Mr. Hwang worked at intellectual property law firms in San Francisco and Los Angeles. While in law school, Mr. Hwang was the managing editor of the Kansas Journal of Public Policy and was selected to participate regionally in the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition. Mr. Hwang is admitted to the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, U.S. District Courts for the Central, Northern, and Southern district of California, and permanently admitted to practice in U.S. District Courts for the Eastern District of Texas.  Mr. Hwang is also registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Mr. Hwang is also an active member of both the legal and local community.  He is a member of the Board of Governors for the Los Angeles Korean American Bar Association, the Director of Administration for NAAAP-LA, and the Big 12 LA Liaison for the KU Alumni Association.  Mr. Hwang is also an active member of the Los Angeles Intellectual Property Association and the Judge Paul R. Michel Intellectual Property American Inn of Court.  Mr. Hwang also pens the “Federal Circuit Report” column in “New Matter,” which is the official publication of the Intellectual Property Section for the State Bar of California.   

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