Senior Paralegal Kiichi Take works with the firm’s attorneys to manage all aspects of ITC 337 Investigations and supports complex district and federal court patent litigations at every phase of development. In his second decade of serving as a paralegal, Kiichi delivers the honed skill in ITC matters and intellectual property law issues needed to realize the right outcome for firm clients. Kiichi’s experience is both broad and deep, and ranges from complaint drafting to post-trial briefing, overseeing e-discovery operations from collections to production, managing trial and pretrial efforts, and coordinating and managing paralegal teams.
Kiichi is valued by clients, colleagues, and matter constituents alike for his ability to respond promptly and definitively to the many questions and information requests ITC matters demand. Kiichi’s attention to detail and keen analytical skills allow him to assist in resolving challenges and problems associated with complicated investigations and proceedings. After many years of developing comprehensive case management abilities, Kiichi is appreciated today for his understanding of the overarching strategy involved in ITC cases and for serving as a catalyst for steadfast progress.
Dedicated to effectual communication, Kiichi remains focused on delivering well-researched and complete analysis to even the most difficult assignments. His ability to synthesize copious amounts of information and assemble it into relevant talking points that are easily understood is among his core professional strengths. In addition, because ITC matters present a far more aggressive schedule than other district and federal court cases, Kiichi thrives in working under the pressure and discipline these matters require and consistently demonstrates his agility and versatility when it comes to exceeding the expectations of everyone around him.