Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Names Wen-Hsien (Wendy) Cheng an Associate
NEW YORK (October 19) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton recently named Wen-Hsien (Wendy) Cheng an associate in the firm’s internationally recognized intellectual property department after serving as a Department Attorney at the firm for over two years. Ms. Cheng, who is a fluent Chinese speaker, is a member of the firm’s Trademark & Copyright Team, and works extensively for clients respecting intellectual property issues in the Greater China Regions.
Ms. Cheng focuses her practice on trademark and copyright. Prior to joining the firm, she worked as an associate in the New York City office of an east coast general practice firm where she participated in trademark infringement litigation, settlement conference, and settlement negotiation.
Ms. Cheng was recognized as a New York “Rising Star” in 2014 for General Litigation, and again in 2015 for Intellectual Property, by Super Lawyers magazine.
Ms. Cheng earned her LL.M. from American University, Washington College of Law. She received her Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Social Work from National Chung-Cheng University, in Chiayi, Taiwan.
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