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Brian Sun is a partner in the Los Angeles office of Jones Day and is a former Assistant United States Attorney for the Central District of California.  Brian has earned a national reputation as a distinguished trial lawyer. He has successfully litigated cases against some of the nation’s top trial lawyers. Among some of his other high profile cases, he led a team of Jones Day lawyers who obtained a landmark $1.645 million-dollar settlement in Dr. Wen Ho Lee’s legal battle with the U.S. Government seeking compensation for the unlawful and harmful leaks disseminated to the press by government officials during the investigation of security lapses at Los Alamos National Laboratory in the 1990s, where Dr. Lee was employed as a nuclear physicist. He also represented former Clinton fundraiser Johnny Chung and John Huang.

Brian currently sits as a member of the board of Bet Tzedek Legal Services and is also a member of the Committee of 100, a non-partisan organization of Americans of Chinese descent, who address issues concerning the Chinese-American community and U.S.-China relations.  Brian has been recognized as “Defense Attorney of the Year” by the LACBA’s Criminal Justice Section. The National Law Journal has identified him as one of America’s 100 Most Influential Minority Lawyers and the Los Angeles Daily Journal ranked him twice among the “100 Most Influential Lawyers in California.”


Click here for Mr. Sun's article "The Overzealous Prosecutor," in which he discusses and analyzes various ethical issues frequently faced by prosecutors in criminal prosecutions.  This article was originally published in 1992 in Volume 18 of the Litigation.  See 18 Litigation 38 (1992).



Tommy Wang
Tommy Wang is a founding partner of Yang & Wang, P.C.  He has been practicing patent law since 2008 and specializes in Intellectual Property Law.  His IP practice is primarily focused on patent, trademark, copyright, licensing and litigation. As a trained Biochemist and a clinical researcher, he devotes a large portion of his practice to the preparation and prosecution of patent applications in the medical device, biochemical science and chemical sciences areas. Mr. Wang is also experienced in negotiating licensing agreements and favorable settlements for his clients to avoid costly trials.


Click here for Mr. Wang's article "How the New Patent Law May Affect Business," in which he discusses the effects and impact of the recently enacted America Invents Act.  *This article is written in Chinese.




 
 
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