Nana Liu focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation, including matters at the International Trade Commission (ITC) and Hatch-Waxman pharmaceutical cases. She also assists with litigation in federal district courts and appellate litigation at the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. She primarily represents companies in the life sciences industry.
Prior to joining Mintz Levin, Nana served as a judicial law clerk to the now-retired Hon. Andrew R. Grainger of the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
While earning her law degree, Nana was a law clerk at a Massachusetts-based business law firm and a summer law clerk at a Boston-based litigation firm. She also served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Norman H. Stahl, a Senior Judge of the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, and was a legal intern with Greater Boston Legal Services’ Asian Outreach Unit.
In law school, Nana was a senior staff editor of the Northeastern University Law Journal and a teaching assistant at the school’s intellectual property clinic and for two first-year courses: criminal justice and constitutional law.
Prior to law school, Nana was a bacterial immunology associate at the Cambridge, Massachusetts location of a global company that specializes in the development of new vaccines.
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