Shangxing (Simon) Lu’s practice encompasses a mix of patent litigation, prosecution, and due diligence. He focuses on matters related to electrical and computer technologies, medical devices, medical imaging, business methods, artificial intelligence, and blockchain technologies.
Simon is actively involved in a variety of litigation proceedings, including Section 337 investigations at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). His prosecution work involves a wide range of technologies, including artificial intelligence, blockchain, cryptocurrency, computer systems, software, electrical materials and products, business methods, and supply chain technologies.
Simon’s experience in patent due diligence includes international freedom-to-operate analysis. Prior to joining Finnegan, Simon conducted research in several technical areas, including dual-modality medical imaging, nuclear detectors, user interface design, and semiconductor materials.
Simon has professional experience in international investment companies and has conducted technical due diligence in various areas such as business methods, medical devices, supply chain technologies, and artificial intelligence.
He is a co-founder of a startup company that develops mobile games. Simon also participates in pro bono work, including representing a refugee from the Democratic Republic of the Congo seeking asylum.
Cornell University School of Law J.D., 2018
Yale University M.S., Biomedical Engineering, 2013