Li is a litigator focusing on patent litigation in U.S. district courts and the International Trade Commission, as well as patent office proceedings and Federal Circuit appeals. Her practice encompasses a wide range of technology, including biosciences, medical devices, wearable technology, computer and cell phone technologies, and pharmaceutics.
Li has experience working on various aspects of litigation in federal courts and before the International Trade Commission and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Her experience includes motion practice, invalidity and infringement analyses, complex discovery management, depositions, working with expert and fact witnesses, as well as pre-trial and trial preparation. She has litigated patent cases in the domains of biotechnology, medical devices, pharmaceutics, communications, e-commerce, computers, and wearable technology, among others. She has also litigated trade secret, FRAND licensing, and unfair competition cases, and provided counseling on patent matters. Li has a bachelor degree in chemistry and is always enthusiastic about learning and understanding new technologies. Prior to joining Orrick, Li practiced in the patent litigation group at a global law firm in Los Angeles.
Li also devotes her time to various pro bono matters. She is admitted in the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, and is passionate about protecting veterans' rights to obtain necessary medical treatment for service-related injuries.
Li is a native speaker of Chinese and is able to translate.