Amy Xu is Of Counsel in the patent and technology group, with 20+ years of substantial experience in the fields of electronics, telecommunication, computer systems, and medical devices. She has practiced in the U.S. for nearly 20 years, specializing in patent prosecution, licensing, acquisition, and litigation. Ms. Xu also brings clients insider's knowledge of IP enforcement in China, International Trade Commission (ITC) in D.C., U.S. federal circuit courts, and U.S.-China boarder and customs in terms of unfair trade disputes and violation of Intellectual Property rights.
Ms. Xu has successfully represented Orbital Technologies Corporation before the U.S. federal court in a patent infringement case, Department 56 before U.S. and China boarders and customs in copyright infringement cases, and ADC Telecommunication in a trademark infringement and licensing agreement dispute in China, to name a few.
Ms. Xu worked for numerous patent prosecution clients including Huawei Technologies, MicroPort Medical, Wuhu Token Science, Nokia, ADC Telecommunications, Sproqit Technologies, IBM, Mayo Clinic, Liteon, as well as chip makers such as Intel, AMD, and Micron.
Ms. Xu also advised clients (importers/exporters) on U.S. Governor's trade mission delegations to China in 2002, 2005, and 2010 and participated in the World Intellectual Property Congress in 2009, spoke at the International IP symposium in Shanghai, China in early 2000s, spoke at the United Nation IP conference in China in late 1990s, and other various international conventions and committees involving review of IP treaties and trade agreements.
Ms. Xu is also an author on U.S.-China intellectual property protection and enforcement, a reviewer on patent treaties including MOY'S WALKER ON PATENTS, and a member of the Board of Trustees of William Mitchell College of Law.