Wendy Choi focuses her practice on complex patent prosecution and counseling, and IP strategy. She has more than 20 years of experience representing clients in the chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, ranging from start-up companies to large corporations in both domestic and international patent matters.
Ms. Choi advises clients on potential patent infringement issues and prepares invalidity and non-infringement opinions. Ms. Choi also represents companies in licensing negotiations, patent reissue, reexamination, and interference proceedings, and analyzes patents in litigation.
Prior to entering the legal profession, Ms. Choi was a research scientist at the Rohm and Haas Company, working in the polymer and plastics divisions.
Ms. Choi was recognized in the 2013 and the two years immediately preceding editions of The Best Lawyers in America® for Intellectual Property Law. She was also recognized in 2013 as a Georgia "Super Lawyer" in the area of Intellectual Property by SuperLawyers magazine.
Professional & Community Activities
Atlanta Bar Association, Intellectual Property Section, Board Member
GreenLaw, Board of Directors
Atlanta Intellectual Property Inn of Court, Program Co-Chair and Master
State Bar of Georgia, Intellectual Property Section, Member
Biotechnology Industry Organization, Member
IPO Committee of Patent Law and Practice (International), Member
State Intellectual Property Office of China, U.S. Bar Liaison Council, Member
AIPLA Chemical Practice, Diversity in IP Law, Patents-Relations with the USPTO and Women in IP Law Committee, Member
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA), Host Committee and Member
Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA), Member
Japan America Society of Georgia, Member
Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Member
Philadelphia Intellectual Property Law Association, Chemical Practice Committee, Former Chair
Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Board of Advisor Member (2005-2009)
Temple University School of Law Women's Initiative
Georgia State University, John Marshall, Emory University, and Temple University School of Law, Mentor
Practising Law Institute, Faculty
Recording for the Blind, Volunteer
Indigent Legal Aid Program, Volunteer