Tiffany is an associate in the firm’s Orange County office. Tiffany focuses her practice on patent prosecution and data privacy.
Tiffany earned her B.S. in Electrical Engineering from USC. During her time in college, Tiffany interned at Northrop Grumman and served as an officer for the campus student chapter of IEEE.
Tiffany earned her J.D. from Columbia Law School, where she was involved with the Science and Technology Law Review. Tiffany was also a student editor for the first year Foundation Moot Court Program and an officer for the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association. Along with IP law, Tiffany is interested in education reform and conducted research on the matter with Columbia’s Center for Public Research and Leadership.
Tiffany worked as a Summer Associate at the firm in 2018 and joined the firm in 2019.
Co-Author - Inventor Removed From Patent May Be Restored Due to Claim Construction, Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (September 2020)
Co-Author - The Federal Circuit May Not Award Attorney Fees for Work Performed During an IPR, Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (June 2020)
Co-Author - Secret Third-Party Processes May Not Trigger Pre-AIA § 102 Public Knowledge or Use Bars, Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (April 2020)
Co-Author - New Arguments Presented for the First Time During PTAB Oral Hearings Are Not Always Waived, Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (December 2019)