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 in philosophy as well as induction into Phi Beta Kappa.  He is a member of the California Bar, the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Silicon Valley, and the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association. 

Ulysses has long been a tech advocate, dating back to beginning his career in investment banking where he worked for Wall Street gadfly Ray Dirks' research group. There he focused on raising money for innovative tech companies to bring new technological products to market, from the earliest online schools to the inventor of ultrasonic liposuction. A highlight was taking the very first internet telephony company public in 1996, which had patented the first Voice over IP "audio transceiver."  Later, as an IP litigator, he gravitated once again toward tech innovators, representing and advising them in bet-the-company patent litigation involving diverse technologies, from semiconductor processor Instruction Set Architecture (the interface between software and hardware in a computer system) to biopharmaceuticals based on stem cells.

When Ulysses is not working, he enjoys camping, skiing and outdoor adventures as well as tinkering in the kitchen (as a professionally-trained former sous-chef) or deep in a book (non-fiction, as truth is often stranger than fiction).  Ulysses lives with his wife and three children in Northern California.