Don Zhenan Wang

Associate, Silicon Valley



Don Zhenan Wang is a litigation associate in the Firm's Silicon Valley office in the Global Competition practice group. His experience includes counseling technology companies in their intellectual property matters with a focus on patent litigation, and assisting health insurance and pharmaceutical companies in complex antitrust matters before U.S. federal courts.

During law school, Don was an extern in the chambers of U.S. District Court Judge Marianne O. Battani and the chambers of U.S. Magistrate Judge James P. Donohue. Don also worked at the University of Washington School of Law's Technology Law and Public Policy Clinic, where he advised state legislators and school administration on regulatory issues related to drones and autonomous vehicles.

Bars and Courts
California State Bar
US District Court for the Northern District of California
University of Washington
MEng, Electrical Engineering
University of Toronto
BASc, Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Toronto


Antitrust Matters
United States v. Anthem et al., Case No. 16-cv-01493 (D.D.C.)
Defense of Anthem, Inc. against U.S. the Department of Justice's law suit to block its US$54.2 billion agreement to acquire Cigna Corporation.

In re Loestrin 24 FE Antitrust Litigation, MDL No. 2472, Master File No. 1:13-md-2472 (D.R.I.)
Defense against direct purchasers, indirect purchasers, and retailer plaintiffs' Sherman Act § two monopolization claims for certain oral contraceptive products.  

Patent Matters
Eolas Techs Inc. v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. et al., Case No. 6:15-cv-01040 (E.D. Tex.)
Represented Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. in a complex patent dispute filed by Eolas Technologies, accusing features of Wal-Mart's website of patent infringement. The case was successfully transferred to the Northern District of California.

In the Matter of Certain Robotic Vacuum Cleaning Devices and Components Thereof Such As Spare Parts, Investigation No. 337-TA-1057
Defense of a vacuum manufacturer in an ITC Section 337 investigation of alleged infringement of patents relating to autonomous robotic technology. The complainant targeted a series of competing robotic vacuum cleaning devices marketed by several defendants.