Dr Quian Huang joins Pillsbury's intellectual property practice in Northern Virginia
Pillsbury has announced that Dr Qian Huang, an experienced intellectual property (IP) practitioner in both patent procurement and patent litigation, has joined as a partner in the firm’s IP practice in Northern Virginia.
Huang’s practice includes counselling clients on strategic portfolio development, post-grant proceedings, as well as strategic patent licensing/transactions. She also has significant experience in complex patent litigations, representing clients in proceedings before the International Trade Commission and US district courts.
Huang is the fourth IP partner to join Pillsbury since mid-August, following James Tumbridge and Paul Harris in London and Steve Moore in San Diego.
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