Lucien Wang’s practice focuses on pharmaceutical and technology-related litigation in federal District Courts and other forums. Lucien has experience with all phases of patent litigation, including trial. He also gained first-chair trial experience in a pro bono case, where he conducted direct and cross examination of key witnesses, made a closing argument, and won the case.
Lucien has represented innovator pharmaceutical companies and defended blue-chip technology companies in high-stakes litigations, including cases involving neurodegenerative disease therapies, beta-blockers, pain blocking devices, semiconductor lithography, networking equipment, navigable telepresence, digital rights management, and peripheral connection technologies. As a certified English-Chinese translator, Lucien frequently puts his skill to use for cases involving Chinese companies.
During law school, Lucien was a judicial extern to the Honorable Kimberly S. Budd of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
Lucien is a husky dad. In his free time, he enjoys hiking with his dog, curating a National Park Service map album, cooking hotpot, reading, and playing Go.