David Hung focuses his practice on technology-related transactions and counseling for clients in a range of industries, including software, hardware, e-commerce, consumer products, information technologies, and life sciences. Mr. Hung assists clients with drafting and negotiating a broad range of contracts for the protection, development, transfer, and commercialization of intellectual property and technology. His experience in this capacity includes drafting and negotiating licensing agreements, development agreements, collaboration agreements, technology transfer agreements, clinical study agreements, supply agreements, and manufacturing and distribution agreements. He also provides intellectual property and technology transaction support on corporate and financing arrangements and due diligence matters.
While attending University of California, Hastings College of the Law, Mr. Hung served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Charles R. Breyer of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Also during law school, Mr. Hung worked as a legal intern for Genentech, Inc. in the Corporate Legal Department.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Hung worked in scientific and engineering positions developing novel technologies for the life sciences industry.
- Fullpower Technologies, Inc., a wearables and Internet of things technology leader, in various technology-based collaboration and licensing matters.
- Leading semiconductor company in various technology-driven acquisitions.
- Various life sciences companies in research collaborations with academic institutions.
- Leading kids and family marketing promotions company in entertainment related licensing.
- E-commerce platform for custom-designed merchandise in trademark licensing matters.
- Tigerlogic Corporation in the sale of its MDMS database business.
- Engagement of various information technology service providers, including SaaS, outsourcing, cloud-computing, and hosting providers.
- JD, University of California, Hastings College of the Law, 2008, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
- BS, Biological Sciences and Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, 1996