Michael Lee and Philip Nulud have joined US law firm Buchalter Nemer’s corporate and intellectual property practice groups.
They will be based in the firm’s Orange County office.
In his new post as a shareholder, Lee (pictured left, above) provides counselling to clients including privately-held corporations, public companies and non-profit organisations.
Lee joins Buchalter Nemer from McDermott Will & Emery. He has experience in IP licensing and transactions involving patents, trademarks, software, trade secrets and data rights.
“Michael Lee’s ability to provide sophisticated corporate advice to a diverse range of clients is a great complement to our firm’s existing client base,” said Adam Bass, Buchalter Nemer’s president and CEO.
Philip Nulud (pictured left, below), who will practice in both the Los Angeles and Orange County offices as an associate, has experience in helping clients develop and protect their ideas. He joins the firm from Kleinberg & Lerner LLP.
He represents clients in infringement and counterfeiting cases, and has defended parties in cases involving domain name arbitration disputes.
“We are delighted to welcome Philip Nulud to our growing intellectual property practice,” said Farah Bhatti, chair of Buchalter’s intellectual property practice group.
“He brings valuable expertise to our patent, trademark and IP litigation team.”
Buchalter Nemer is a full-service business law firm that also has offices in San Francisco and Scottsdale.
Buchalter Nemer, Michael Lee, Philip Nulud