Lily Li

Associate | Palo Alto

yli@mofo.com | (650) 813-5689

yli@mofo.com
(650) 813-5689

Lily Li is a senior associate in the firm’s Litigation Group and focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation. Lily has litigated patent and trade secret cases involving a wide range of technologies, including computer hardware and software, semiconductors, network security, drones, virtualization, wireless communication, medical devices, and pharmaceuticals. Lily has also represented technology companies in complex commercial litigation and licensing disputes. Lily is committed to pro bono work. She recently secured a cancellation of a removal proceeding for a client under the Violence Against Women Act. Super Lawyers has named her a “Rising Star” in Northern California every year since 2017.

During and prior to law school, Lily was a manager of intellectual property for a semiconductor company in Silicon Valley, where she prosecuted patent applications and managed the company’s patent portfolios.

Lily earned her J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law, her M.S. in electrical engineering from Ohio University, and her B.S. in computer and electrical engineering from Nanjing University of Science & Technology in China. She studied and researched artificial intelligence during graduate school and published articles including in the IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks.

Lily is a native Mandarin speaker and is admitted to practice in California and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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