Jacqueline K.S. Lee

Jacqueline Lee is an intellectual property litigator whose practice focuses on high-stakes, bet-the-company cases. She has successfully represented clients in a wide range of intellectual property disputes, as well as matters involving business torts, computer trespass claims, breach of contract, and federal and state computer access and fraud statutes. Jacqueline also regularly counsels clients regarding strategic patent, copyright, and trademark infringement issues. Her experience includes a variety of technologies, from enterprise and gaming software, to the semiconductor, wireless, chemical, and mechanical fields.

Jacqueline has managed all aspects of litigation and has played a key role in several jury and bench trials. Most recently, Jacqueline second-chaired a three-week patent trial that resulted in a jury verdict of non-infringement in favor of Jones Day client SOLiD, Inc. The verdict was selected as a Top Defense Result of 2015 by the Daily Journal. [1]