Future Graphics Expands In-house Legal Department23 Oct, 2006
Future Graphics Expands In-house Legal Department
LOS ANGELES — Future Graphics has expanded its in-house legal department to more rapidly meet the challenges of today’s market. The Future Graphics mission is to develop first-to-market, innovative and comprehensive remanufacturing solutions that bring value to our customers.
Since associating with MKIC (Mitsubishi) and introducing Comprehensive Systems Solutions (CSS), a unique and multi-level approach to value-driven technical excellence, Future Graphics has embarked upon a wide-ranging program of growth and development. This includes the research and development of cost-effective remanufacturing equipment and other value-add solutions, undertaken by the 109 person-strong FG/MKIC technical groups, and designed to provide great profit opportunities for you, our valued customers.
Heading up the expanded legal department is our newly appointed general counsel, Mr. Roland Tong, an expert in patent law. Prior to this position, Mr. Tong was in private practice where he represented various clients in their intellectual property matters, including patent litigation and prosecution, trademark, trade dress, unfair competition and trade secrets law. Mr. Tong earned his law degree from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles with a first honors award in patent prosecution. He earned his baccalaureate degree from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
“In today’s ever-changing and highly competitive marketplace, it’s critical that we not only provide great products and services, but that we do so quickly and within established IP guidelines.” said Robert Goldstein, CEO, Future Graphics. “With the expansion of our in-house legal department, we are well equipped to develop new, cost-effective remanufacturing solutions, and rest assured that they fall within the established guidelines of intellectual property law. “