Yoon Chae is a partner in the Firm’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice, where he advises clients on diverse intellectual property and technology matters. He serves as an innovation ambassador of the Firm, a member of Texas Offices’ Recruiting Committee and Diversity & Inclusion Committee, and the Dallas representative of Baker Asian Lawyer Network (BALN). Yoon has extensive experience in all stages of IP litigation and has worked on cases in front of the Federal Circuit, the International Trade Commission, the Court of Federal Claims, and numerous federal district courts. He has also played critical roles on proceedings in front of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and the American Arbitration Association. Yoon regularly writes about IP and regulatory issues relating to AI and autonomous systems, including the highly cited “Artificial Intelligence Collides with Patent Law” that he co-authored while serving as the Firm’s first fellow at the World Economic Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. He has also spoken about such topics at the USPTO, Stanford Law School, SMU School of Law, University of Arkansas School of Law, American Bar Association, California Lawyers Association, and other organizations. He was a recipient of the Firm’s Excellence in Innovation Award (2018) and Texas Lawyer’s On the Rise Award (2019). And he has been recognized by Texas Super Lawyers as a Rising Start in IP litigation (2018-2022), the Best Lawyers in America for patent litigation (2022-2023), and the Best Lawyers in America as an attorney on their Ones to Watch list for IP litigation and patent litigation (2021-2022). Yoon’s practice focuses on litigating complex patent infringement disputes. He has represented numerous multinational clients, both as plaintiffs and defendants, covering a wide range of electrical and computer technologies. Specifically, he has extensive experience working on patent cases relating to financial software, medical devices, projection and display technologies, encryption and authentication protocols, and automotive technologies. He also advises on patent prosecution, trade secrets, and other IP and technology matters, particularly those that emerge from the use of AI and autonomous systems.