More about Ulysses Hui

Ulysses received his J.D. from Stanford Law School and B.A. in philosophy from Vassar College, graduating with general, departmental, and thesis honors and Phi Beta Kappa.  He is a member of the California Bar and the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.

Ulysses has always been tech curious. As an IP litigator, he enjoyed diving into microcode, instruction set architecture, and GPS for semiconductor clients; data traffic for internet/network clients; and stem cell biology and DNA microarrays for biopharmaceutical clients — finding technical evidence that was used to his clients’ advantage. As general counsel of a leading-edge display manufacturer, Ulysses regularly worked with the executive management, sales, engineering, partnerships, IP, supply chain, and trade and logistics teams to overcome challenges and achieve practical business solutions, for instance, securing an exemption to the “Trump” China tariffs. Even as a junior investment banker, before law school, he specialized in helping new tech companies raise money through small-/micro-cap IPOs, including the first ever internet telephony (now known as, VoIP) company to go public.

When Ulysses is not working, he enjoys spending time in the kitchen, on outdoor adventures or deep in a book.  Ulysses lives with his wife and three children in Northern California.