Hang (Helena) Zheng focuses her practice on patent litigation, Intellectual Property (IP) dispute resolution, and IP protection including inter partes review (IPR) in the areas of electronic devices, software development, materials science, and life science.
My practice focuses on IP dispute resolution, IP licensing, and other complex IP procurement and transactional matters related to electronic devices, cell phone/wireless communication technology, LCD/LED display technology, semiconductor process, artificial intelligence, video compression standards, electro-mechanical technology, circuit design, memory devices, medical devices, materials science, and software engineering. I handle all stages of IP litigation in a variety of legal and administrative forums including US District Courts, Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and United States International Trade Commission (ITC). I also advise domestic and foreign clients on patent portfolio development, trademark, and other complex commercial litigation matters.
I combine decades of scientific research and engineering, legal, and business experience to facilitate large corporations and start-ups to grow based on technology advancement.
The rapid advancement of technology has profoundly impacted every aspect of human life and businesses. In order to thrive and remain competitive, it has become crucial for businesses to adapt to these changes and safeguard their intellectual property. As a result, the ability to stay abreast of innovation and combine legal experience with up-to-date technology understanding has become essential for meeting the evolving needs of clients and ensuring the long-term success and survival of businesses in today’s dynamic landscape.
District of Columbia
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit
Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, J.D.
University of California, Los Angeles, Anderson School of Management, M.B.A.
Princeton University, M.S., Engineering, Electrical Engineering
Fudan University, China, B.S., Materials Science
I work with pro bono clients to secure wins in litigation cases at summary judgement and trial.
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