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Meet the Managing IP team: Peter Leung

Peter Leung is Managing IP's Hong Kong-based Asia editor. But he's about to make a big move ...

Peter Leung

Peter is the Hong Kong-based Asia editor of Managing IP. He provides coverage and analysis of IP-related developments around the region. He has interviewed some of the most influential figures in intellectual property around the region and has moderated and spoken at IP-related events such as BIP Asia.

Before becoming a journalist, he was a practising lawyer in the United States, specialising in labour and employment litigation and counselling. He is licensed to practice law in California. Coincidentally, his first case as a junior associate was representing a company against its former employees and their new employers in a trade secrets matter.

In March, Peter will be relocating to Washington DC, where he will serve as Managing IP's new Washington editor. He looks forward to being (slightly) closer to family, DC's high-quality free museums and subways where there is a decent chance of getting a seat.

Recent articles: Asian governments focus on IP and competition issues, Qualcomm and Chinese regulators settle antimonopoly law charges, Gilead's rejected patent application highlights Section 3(d) uncertainties, India court hands down another SEP-based injunction

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More from across our site

We provide a rundown of Managing IP’s news and analysis from the week, and review what’s been happening elsewhere in IP
The group of lawyers, which includes seven IP partners, say they were impressed by ArentFox Schiff's wide-reaching experience
Andy Sherman, general counsel at Dolby Laboratories, says the company will continue to make GE Licensing’s patents available through existing pools
CMS, which represents Nestlé, had been told to respond to a cancellation action by February 12 but filed its response a day later
Keith Bergelt, CEO of the Open Invention Network, explains why AI technologies were not part of an update to its cross-licensing project
Kirkland & Ellis partners explain how they secured the dismissal of a patent case in which the other side had lied under oath
Managing IP understands the association had been considering other options, including Madrid or Vienna, after concerns were raised over Dubai’s positions on various rights
Chris Marando tells Managing IP that he's excited to work on PTAB matters at Perkins Coie, which recently hired another lawyer from his former firm
To mark Pride month, Darren Smyth, cochair of IP Out, says the legal profession must not forget that some members still face exclusion and hostility
Lawyers say the opening of the Milan central division this month is likely to boost the so far 'modest' activity in Italy
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