Martin S. Loui Joins Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel’s IP Practice
May 19, 2009
MARTIN S. LOUI JOINS GOODSILL ANDERSON QUINN & STIFEL’S IP PRACTICE
Honolulu, Hawaii – Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel LLP today announced that Martin S. Loui has joined the firm’s Intellectual Property Group, where he will focus on the strategic development of patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret portfolios for the protection and monetization of technology assets for both private and publicly-traded businesses. His practice will also include the management of these intellectual property portfolios and the enforcement of intellectual property rights. Mr. Loui will provide these services to clients with business needs in Hawaii, as well as to those who seek to expand their business plans domestically and internationally.
Mr. Loui brings extensive experience in the field of intellectual property, gained through his industry and legal experiences. After working as an engineer for IBM, he entered government service where he served as a patent examiner and trademark examining attorney at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He later entered private practice as an intellectual property attorney helping clients build and monetize their patent, trademark and other intellectual property assets while at Coudert Brother LLP in Washington DC, and Fenwick & West LLP in Silicon Valley. During his tenure as corporate intellectual property counsel for ASM Lithography, Mr. Loui managed intellectual property matters domestically and internationally across corporate functions.
Born and raised in Honolulu, Mr. Loui is a graduate of McKinley High School. He received his JD from the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law in Washington DC. His pre-law education includes a BS in Electrical & Computer Engineering and a MS in Electrical Engineering.
“Martin’s arrival significantly strengthens and broadens our firm’s growing IP practice,” said Gary Slovin, Goodsill’s Managing Partner, who also indicated that, “Martin’s high level of experience, knowledge and background will bring a tremendous benefit to our clients and much-needed IP expertise to the islands.”
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Joanna Markle May 19, 2009