Helena Zheng is an associate in the Litigation Department. She handles patent prosecution and patent litigation matters involving electronic devices, electro-mechanical technology, material science, chemistry and software engineering. In addition, she assists with other intellectual property matters such as trademark prosecution and litigation, as well as commercial litigation including bankruptcy, real estate litigation and class action matters.
While in law school, Helena participated in the Northwestern University School of Law’s Environmental Advocacy Center, where she served as a legal intern at the Environmental Law & Policy Center in Chicago on renewable energy litigations.
Before law school, Helena studied and worked in electrical engineering, software engineering, material science and finance. She was a senior software professional and business system analyst in financial companies such as ING in California in the fields of mortgage banking, private wealth management and investment advisory services. Helena contributed to many large projects in software application development, database analysis and architecture, and internet and web technologies. While working full-time in the financial industry, she obtained her M.B.A. degree from UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Hang (Helena) Zheng