Jolene Wang focuses her practice on patent, trademark, and copyright infringement, trade secret misappropriation, false advertising, and contract disputes in federal courts across a wide range of industries and technologies, including consumer products and electronics, wireless technology, network security, medical devices, fashion, and retail. Jolene also has experience in inter partes review proceedings before the Patent Trial & Appeal Board, Section 337 actions before the United States International Trade Commission, and litigation involving residential mortgage-backed securities.

Jolene also maintains an active and diverse pro bono practice that includes assisting individual artists in protecting their intellectual property rights, representing victims of judicial override in death penalty cases and survivors of child sex trafficking in federal civil matters alleging violations of federal and state trafficking laws, and resolving divorce and family law disputes.

During her time at the firm, Jolene had the opportunity to complete a year-long secondment with the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office as Assistant District Attorney in the Trial Division. During law school, Jolene served as managing editor of The Georgetown Law Journal and participated in the Social Enterprise & Nonprofit Law Clinic. She was also a volunteer for the Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights (CAIR) Coalition Pro Bono Project and the D.C. Bar Probate Resource Center, and a legal intern at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.


  • Collision Communications, Inc. v. Nokia: Represented Collision Communications in a breach of contract and promissory estoppel case against Nokia. After a two-week trial, the jury found for Collision on all counts and awarded $23 million in damages.
  • Collision Communications, Inc. v. Nokia Corp. et al.; Collision Communications, Inc. v. Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson et al. (E.D. Tex.): Represented Collision Communications in two cases in the Eastern District of Texas involving infringement of multiple 3G and 4G/LTE patents by Nokia’s and Ericsson’s cellular infrastructure products and services. Both cases resulted in highly favorable settlements for Collision on the eve of trial.
  • Certain Digital Imaging Devices and Products Containing the Same and Components Thereof, 337-TA-1231 (ITC, Fed. Cir.): Defended Samsung against claims of patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation in a Section 337 action brought by non-practicing entity Pictos Technologies, Inc.
  • Harris Corp. v. A Major Multinational Telecommunications Equipment Company (E.D. Tex.): Defended a major multinational telecommunications equipment company in a seven-patent suit involving ad hoc wireless networks, network security, and encryption technologies.
  • Emerson Electric v. SIPCO et al. (N.D. Ga., PTAB, CAFC): Represented Emerson Electric in a 10-patent lawsuit, multiple inter partes review proceedings, and Federal Circuit appeals relating to mesh network technology.
  • A Global Life Sciences Company (D.N.J.): Represented a global life sciences company in a Lanham Act lawsuit concerning a competitor’s misleading advertising about insurance coverage for the parties’ respective prescription drug products.
  • A Global Leader in Medical Technology, Services, and Solutions (N.D. Cal.): Defended a global leader in medical technology, services, and solutions in patent litigation related to self-defense systems.
  • R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company et al v. Nadolinski et al (D. Mass.): Represented global communications provider in a trade secret and contract dispute against a former employee.
  • Yvolve Sports: Advised Yvolve Sports with regard to intellectual property issues related to scooters, electronic skateboards and self-balancing vehicles.
  • Godo Kaisha IP Bridge 1 v. Broadcom Ltd et al. (E.D. Tex.): Represented IP Bridge in a multi-patent infringement action involving semiconductors.
  • Zipit v. BlackBerry (D. S. Carolina): Represented BlackBerry in a multi-patent suit regarding wireless messaging and control of communications devices over a computer network.
  • Cardionet LLC v. Infobionic, Inc. (D. Mass.): Represented CardioNet in a multi-patent litigation involving cardiac detection technology and misappropriation of trade secrets.
  • Represented pro bono client in misappropriation of trade secret, trademark infringement, and unfair competition action in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York which resulted in favorable settlement.

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