Advised a pharmaceutical client on various IP issues, such as product liability, government advocacy on new regulations, compulsory licenses, new laws (Patent Act, Drug Act), and trademark registration.
LLM, New York University School of Law
JD, Boston College Law School
BA, University of Chicago
Siraprapha (Khim) Rungpry is a consultant in the Tilleke & Gibbins intellectual property group. With her practice focusing mainly on pharmaceuticals and life sciences, Siraprapha serves international clients in this sector in both contentious issues, including pharmaceutical IP and product liability litigation, and noncontentious issues, including regulatory affairs, contract and advertising review, and compliance matters.
In addition to her role at Tilleke & Gibbins, Siraprapha currently serves as Project Manager for the National Innovation Agency, Ministry of Science and Technology, where she is responsible for IP consultancy, licensing, valuation, and project management. A cogent advocate for IP protection, Siraprapha is a frequent contributor to general and legal publications, gives televised interviews, and lectures at universities, seminars, and conferences.
Siraprapha is a graduate of the New York University School of Law (LLM with distinction), Boston College Law School (JD, cum laude), and the University of Chicago (BA in Economics with honors).