Eugene Hahm has more than 20 years of litigation experience representing national and international clients in complex business and intellectual property disputes in arbitration and in courts throughout the United States. Mr. Hahm focuses on preparing his cases with an early eye towards trial, while striving to develop strategies to favorably resolve the most complex and challenging lawsuits. His clients have included Fortune 50 technology corporations, venture capitalists and their portfolio companies, as well as Internet start-ups and high-wealth individuals. His cases have involved wide-ranging intellectual property disputes over trademarks, copyrights, patents, trade secrets, and media rights.
Prior to Pranger Law, Mr. Hahm had been a partner in the Northern California office of LTL Attorneys LLP, a trial and arbitration boutique firm representing clients in business litigation matters, with a focus on intellectual property, antitrust, and complex commercial disputes. Mr. Hahm previously was a litigation partner at Manatt Phelps & Phillips LLP and an associate at Coudert Brothers LLP. In addition to serving as an Instructor at the Trial Advocacy Clinic at Stanford Law School, he has also held the position of Coach of the Honors Copyright Moot Court Team at Santa Clara University School of Law.
J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 1993
B.A., University of Virginia, Philosophy, 1990