Li Zhu’s practice focuses on complex patent and commercial litigation. Li represents both plaintiffs and defendants, and advises clients in a variety of markets and technical fields, including computer technology, biotechnology, medical devices, DNA sequencing, and food products.
Li has experience identifying and implementing strategies to clearly and persuasively communicate complicated legal and technical issues to any audience. He has represented clients in venues across the country, including the Western District of Wisconsin, the Northern District of Illinois, and the District of Minnesota.
Li is intimately familiar with recent changes in the law following the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act. He has presented speeches and published articles on how the new trial proceedings within the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, including Inter Partes Review, will affect companies in the future.
Li is also committed to providing pro bono representation to individuals who would not otherwise be able to obtain legal services. His trial experience includes his passionate advocacy for indigent clients in Minnesota state and immigration court. His recent victories include successfully obtaining asylum for a Cameroonian immigrant who was persecuted for her political activism.
University of Minnesota Law School, J.D., (2011)
University of California, San Diego, B.S. (2007)
U.S. District Court, Minnesota
Federal Bar Association
Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, Pathfinder (2018)