Meng is an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group. His practice includes work in copyright, trademark, right of publicity laws, and trade secret laws. In addition, Meng also has experience with work in consumer finance and debt litigation.
Intellectual Property. Meng has helped clients in copyright and trademark matters through preparing motions and briefs, at both the trial and appellate levels and in both Nevada and other jurisdictions. For instance, Meng recently aided clients in preparing an appellate brief in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals regarding an issue of first impression regarding the Copyright Act. Furthermore, Meng recently aided in the seizure of counterfeit products at a Las Vegas trade show, which included investigating for counterfeit goods, preparing the necessary filings with the court, obtaining the necessary orders from the court, and executing the seizure order at the trade show. He also works on matters involving copyright violations arising from unauthorized use of images on the internet and the common law right of publicity.
Consumer Finance and Debt Litigation. Meng also has experience working with banks, trustees, and residential home investors with consumer finance and debt-related issues including lender liability, fair debt collection practices, homeowners’ association liens, unfair lending practices, deceptive trade practices, repossessions, and fair credit reporting.
Meng’s consumer finance and debt litigation practice is focused in Nevada state courts, the Nevada federal court, the Nevada probate court, the Nevada bankruptcy court, the Nevada Supreme Court, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He even helped prepare a successful opposition to the denial of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Meng Zhong