Sabrina (Xiaoyan) Wang is a partner in our Orange County office.
Sabrina’s practice involves all types of intellectual property issues, including patents, trade secrets, copyright, and trademarks. She is experienced in patent prosecution, IP litigation, and IP due diligence. Sabrina has represented clients based in the United States and internationally and provides counseling of IP strategy in US, WIPO (PCT), Europe, Japan, Australia, and many other countries.
Sabrina’s practice involves a wide variety of technologies, with a focus on medical devices, electrical, and mechanical technology. She has extensive experience drafting patent applications and advising clients on IP protection strategy for medical devices that incorporate sensors and signal processing, for example, in the field of patient monitoring, treatment, and surgery.
Sabrina received her Bachelor's Degree in Bioengineering in 2007 from National University of Singapore. Prior to joining the firm, Sabrina worked as a product engineer in Utah and Singapore specializing in orthopedic products.
In 2015, Sabrina graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law. While attending law school, she served on the Article Review Board of Virginia Journal of Law & Technology. She also worked as a research assistant to Professor Margo A. Bagley, whose teaching and writing focuses on U.S., international and comparative patent law issues.
- Recognized by The Legal 500 "United States" for Patent Prosecution (2023)
Author, Knobbe Martens PTAB Blog
Author, Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog
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