Jacqueline Chan


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Jacqueline Chan

Jacqueline works on a variety of matters in the intellectual property space, primarily focusing on patent litigation and patent prosecution. Jacqueline’s litigation experience includes involvement with jury trials in federal and state court, claim construction, invalidity analysis, fact discovery, and pre-trial and post-trial motion practice. Jacqueline has experience working with a range of technologies, including insurance and healthcare software, and programmable thermostats.

Jacqueline also has experience with challenging patents in inter partes review (IPR) proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and has assisted in drafting and prosecuting patent applications involving a variety of technologies, including telecommunications, medical devices, and software.

During law school, Jacqueline was an Articles Editor for the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law and a student attorney for Vanderbilt’s Intellectual Property and the Arts Clinic. In the latter capacity, Jacqueline helped small business owners register for trademarks at the USPTO.

Before law school, Jacqueline earned a degree in Neuroscience from the College of William and Mary.


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