Cheryl Wang’s intellectual property litigation practice spans a wide range of technologies, including software, hardware, telematics, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and medical devices.
Cheryl has worked on a variety of technologies, including fleet telematics, semiconductors, pharmaceutical formulations, antibodies, biologics, immunotherapy, CRISPR, sleep apnea devices, encryption hardware, and mobile data. Cheryl has experience from pre-suit diligence to trial, including analyzing patent portfolios and IP licenses, managing discovery, drafting briefs, handling depositions and expert reports, and preparing witnesses for trial testimony. Cheryl has worked on U.S. District Court, U.S. International Trade Commission, arbitration, post grant, and Federal Circuit matters, and brings a highly organized case management style to her cases.
Cheryl is committed to pro bono and diversity. She represents indigent pro bono clients and works on high-impact policy litigation.
Before joining Fish & Richardson, Cheryl worked in nanotechnology and small molecule pharmaceutical development. She also externed for Judge Tamila E. Ipema and Judge Joel Pressman and worked as a legal research specialist and treatise editor.