Yuqing Cui

Associate | San Francisco

ycui@mofo.com | (415) 268-7344

(415) 268-7344

Dr. Yuqing Cui focuses on intellectual property litigation. She brings a Ph.D. in chemical engineering and other experience to inform IP litigation strategies.

Yuqing earned her J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School, where she was a regular author in the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology (JOLT). During law school, she worked at the Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection Clinic in the Legal Services Center in Boston, where she drafted litigation documents, including complaints, answer and counterclaims, and motions, and interviewed and counseled clients.

Yuqing received her Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in chemical engineering, with her research focusing on the Nucleation Theory and Applications in Continuous Crystallization. In the laboratory of Prof. Allan S. Myerson, she developed novel nucleation theories on the crystallization of organic small molecules by designing and conducting experiments, and co-invented and co-patented a miniature continuous crystallizer system for use in battlefield drug production. At MIT, she was a marketing fellow, composing technology briefs and identifying potential licensees. Yuqing was also co-chair of the Graduate Student Council Legislative Action Subcommittee, directing Congressional visits advocating on behalf of MIT graduate students. Yuqing holds a B.S. summa cum laude in chemical engineering from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

Yuqing is admitted to practice in California and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

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