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Jenny C. Wu
Counsel

Tel: +1-212-373-3751
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+1-212-373-3751
New York

1285 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10019-6064
Fax: +1-212-492-0751

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As counsel in the Litigation Department, Jenny frequently represents clients in high-profile disputes on both the plaintiff- and defense-side. She has been extensively involved at all stages of complex civil litigation—including pre-filing investigations, motions to dismiss, discovery, summary judgment motions, pre-trial filings, trials, post-trial motions, and appeals—appearing before the International Trade Commission, numerous federal district courts across the country, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. She is experienced with getting up to speed quickly in matters involving a wide variety of industries, including high tech, biotechnology, and consumer products. She has also supervised multiple high-stakes investigations and advised on licensing and contract disputes.

Jenny clerked for Chief Judge Kimberly A. Moore at the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. During law school, she was an editor for the University of Pennsylvania Law Review and an Arthur Littleton and H. Clayton Louderback Legal Writing Instructor.

EXPERIENCE
  • Eagle View Technologies, Inc et al. v. Nearmap US, Inc., No. 21-cv-00283 (D. Utah) (case involving aerial imaging)
  • Palo Alto Research Company v. Twitter, Inc., No. 20-cv-10754 (C.D. Cal.) (case involving social media messaging and targeted advertising; partial motion to dismiss granted)
  • BlackBerry Ltd. v. Twitter, Inc., No. 19-cv-01444 (C.D. Cal.) (case involving messaging, mobile advertising, and associated server technology; partial motion to dismiss granted)
  • In re Biogen ‘755 Patent Litigation, 10-cv-2734 (D.N.J.) (represented Biogen in five-week jury trial involving recombinant technology)
  • Silver State Intellectual Technologies, Inc. v. Garmin International, Inc. et al.No. 11-cv-1578 (D. Nev.) (second-chaired three-week jury trial with favorable verdict in case involving GPS devices)
  • Pacing Technologies, LLC vGarmin International, Inc. et al.12-cv-1067 (S.D. Cal.), No. 2014-1396 (Fed. Cir.) (obtained summary judgment in case involving wearable fitness technology; affirmed on appeal)
  • Triangle Software, LLC vGarmin International, Inc. et al.10-cv-1457 (E.D. Va.), No. 2012-1275 (Fed. Cir.) (jury trial with favorable verdict and post-trial decisions involving GPS devices; affirmed on appeal)
  • CheckFree Corporation and CashEdge, Inc., v. Metavante Corporation and Fidelity National Information Services, Inc., 12-cv-00015 (M.D. Fla.) (case involving electronic payments systems)
  • Nichia Corporation v. VIZIO, Inc., No. 16-cv-00545 (C.D. Cal.) (case involving LED technology)
  • Boston Scientific Corporation v. Edwards Lifesciences, No. 16-cv-275 (D. Del.) (case involving transcatheter heart valves)
  • Word to Info, Inc. vGoogle Inc.15-cv-3486 (N.D. Cal.) (case involving natural language understanding and search services)
  • Cascades Projection LLC vEpson America, Inc. et al.15-cv-258 (C.D. Cal.) (case involving projector technology)
  • McRO, Inc. vTake-Two Interactive Software, Inc.,12-cv-1517 (D. Del.); McROInc. v. Rockstar GamesInc., 12-cv-1513 (D. Del.)McROInc. v. 2K Games, Inc., No. 12-cv-1519 (D. Del.) (case involving computer animation technology)
  • Life Technologies, Inc. et al. v. Illumina Inc. and Solexa, Inc., No. 11-cv-703 (S.D. Cal.) (case involving next-generation sequencing technology)
  • Apple, Inc. v. Motorola, Inc., 10-cv-00661 (W.D. Wisc.) (case involving mobile phone software and operating systems)
  • Certain Wireless Devices, Inv. 337-TA-663 (ITC) (defended Samsung in a Section 337 trial involving digital camera technology)

Jenny co-chairs the Litigation Committee of the Asian American Bar Association of New York, and the Mock Argument Committee and Diversity Committee of the Federal Circuit Bar Association (FCBA). She received the FCBA’s George Hutchinson Committee Award recognizing exemplary committee leadership in 2018 and 2019.

Jenny also maintains an active pro bono practice, having represented clients in asylum matters, criminal appeals, voting rights issues, and advocacy work against anti-Asian violence. She was awarded the Pro Bono Publico Award for outstanding individual contribution by the Legal Aid Society in 2016.

 

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