Grace Kim is a Principal in the Twin Cities office of Fish & Richardson. Her practice focuses on patent prosecution, client counseling and strategic portfolio development, clearance investigations, patentability analysis and due diligence investigations.
Ms. Kim has experience in a variety of mechanical and chemical areas, including medical devices (e.g., atherectomy devices, CPAP and respiratory devices, prefilled syringes, glucose monitoring systems, microfluidic blood test systems, wound care devices, spinal prosthetics, surgical urology devices, cardiovascular surgery devices, and medical diagnostic equipment), food and oral compositions, polyolefin-based adhesives, drug delivery technologies, agricultural compositions, bed and sleep systems, semiconductor technologies, diesel engines, filtration systems, hydraulic systems, and fuel systems. Prior to her legal career, Ms. Kim was a Research & Development Engineering Manager with Boston Scientific.
J.D., William Mitchell College of Law 2013
M.S., University of Minnesota 2008
B.S., University of Minnesota 1999
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2013
- Minnesota 2013
- Named a recipient of the “Pro Bono Achievement Certificate” by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) (2020)