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Carmen Lo is an associate in the Intellectual Property Group with a focus on intellectual property litigation. She has worked with clients in various industries including technology, financial services, hospitality, retail, and electrical utilities. Ms. Lo's litigation experience includes pre- and post-trial filings, discovery, claim construction briefing, summary judgment briefing, and depositions of experts and non-experts. She also has worked on a variety of corporate matters involving intellectual property collateral in secured financings and due diligence in mergers and acquisitions.
Ms. Lo enjoys engaging in pro bono work and community service. She has represented individuals in immigration matters and counseled clients in obtaining protection of their intellectual property rights. During law school, she successfully obtained asylum for a client during her work at the Center for Gender & Refugee Studies. Ms. Lo also served as an extern for the Honorable Maxine Chesney in the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of California.
Representation of Nest Labs in patent litigation involving smart thermostat technology.
Representation of Walmart and Sears in lawsuits brought by the manufacturer of UGG footwear alleging design patent infringement, trademark and trade dress infringement, trademark dilution and unfair competition.
Representation of Google in patent litigation involving Search technology.
Representation of DreamWorks, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Deluxe Entertainment, and Hydraulx in patent litigation involving computer graphics software.
Representation of Google in a patent infringement matter regarding internet telephony technology.
Representation of Walmart in a trademark infringement lawsuit brought by the manufacturer of stationary exercise bicycles.
Representation of Google in a patent infringement matter filed by Interval Licensing LLC against major internet search and e-commerce companies.
US Supreme Court to review indefiniteness standard under Section 112 of the Patent Act, Lexology, Feb. 11, 2014
Supreme Court interprets copyright first sale doctrine, Lexology, April 4, 2013
A Widening Circuit Split in the Interpretation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, White & Case Technology Newsflash, Sept. 13, 2012