Small Firm | Solo Practitioner Committee
The Small Firm/Solo Practitioner Committee is a newly formed APABA Silicon Valley committee. The Committee plans to provide educational seminars focusing on best practices for small firm attorneys and solo practitioners. The Committee also plans to be a resource for members interested in pursuing careers in small firms or starting their own law firms.
For more information, please contact our committee co-chairs.
Todd Iketani | email@example.com
Todd Iketani is an attorney at Wong & Rees LLP. He represents intellectual property clients in a variety of fields including mobile computing, digital imaging, optical networking, non-volatile memories, semiconductor manufacturing and packaging, motion control, computer architecture, medical devices and applications, streaming media, GPS navigation, and computer software. He has worked in the U.S. and internationally for technology firms including Align Technology, StreamCast Networks, Compaq, Lockheed-Martin, and Hughes Aircraft Company. Todd is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles (BS Engineering) and the University of Southern California (MSEE). He received his Juris Doctor from Santa Clara University School of Law where he served on the editorial board of the Computer and High Technology Law Journal and competed nationally as a member of the SCU Trial Team.
Mark Punzalan | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Punzalan is a Partner at Chan + Punzalan, and his practice focuses on trade secret disputes, trademark matters, complex business litigation, and intellectual property and technology litigation. Mark has represented U.S. and International clients from a wide variety of industries, and he has successfully prosecuted and defended his clients in complex litigation matters across the country. Mark has been recognized as a Super Lawyer in Intellectual Property Litigation numerous times (2015, 2016, and 2017).