Kelly Lu practices patent litigation related to medical devices, unmanned aerial vehicles, consumer products and electronics, and semiconductor and integrated circuits. In particular, Kelly has represented IP matters involving numerous Chinese and Taiwanese companies.
Kelly focuses her practice on patent litigation before U.S. district courts and the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC), involving mechanical and electrical technologies. Her practice involves a range of technical subject areas, including medical devices, semiconductor devices, light-emitting diodes, self-balancing vehicles, and unmanned aerial vehicles.
Kelly has experience in numerous aspects of litigation, including participating in pre-litigation activities, formulating litigation and pre-litigation strategy, managing discovery, preparing and deposing witnesses, drafting motions and legal briefs, and taking witness testimony at trial.
While in law school, Kelly worked at Finnegan as a summer associate and as a law clerk, preparing legal memoranda and conducting legal research on patent and procedural issues. Prior to joining Finnegan,
Kelly was a patent consultant at an intellectual property search firm for over three years, assisting attorneys with prior art and freedom-to-operate searches, as well as patent landscape analyses. As a consultant, she gained technical experience in medical devices, including diabetes care, drug infusion devices, orthopedic implants, catheters, stents, and minimally invasive surgical instruments.