As a former programmer and financial data analytics developer, Weimin blends her technical background, computer science degree and language skills to provide insight and develop litigation strategies on a range of intellectual property matters involving cutting edge technology. 

One of the unique aspects of Weimin's background stems from her technical experience across multiple industries, including semiconductor, financial services, consumer products and automotive. During that time, she provided leadership for implementing enterprise level data warehouse platform and offered the ability to collaborate with business stakeholders. Now as an IP litigator, she uses those skills in analyzing various issues surrounding patent and trademark disputes.

Weimin's representative matters include:

  • A Section 337 proceeding before the International Trade Commission (ITC) involving a patent infringement suit against an international medical device company relating to alleged violations contrary to the Tariff Act of 1930.
  • A patent infringement suit involving a national home goods company relating to LED chip technology.
  • A patent infringement suit involving a national technology company relating to imaging software.
  • A trademark infringement and product disparagement suit involving a consumer product company.

Weimin has also been active in pro bono practice, representing clients in immigration and criminal expungement matters.