Andrea's main practice area focuses on patent, trademark, and trade dress litigation. She has represented clients across various industries and has been involved in several patent and trademark actions in district court and in arbitration proceedings. Andrea has assisted clients with Opposition proceedings before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Andrea also provides legal opinions regarding patentability, infringement, and freedom to operate. Her practice includes trademark prosecution, copyrights, and other transactional intellectual property support as well. Prior to entering private practice, Andrea was in-house patent counsel for a consumer products company in Atlanta, where she focused on mechanical patent prosecution and infringement analysis. Andrea received her law degree from Emory University School of Law, with a certificate in transactional law, and earned a Master of Science in Biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University. Andrea graduated from Texas A&M University as a President's Endowed Scholar with a triple major in Biomedical Science, English, and History, and a minor in Spanish. While at A&M, Andrea was a pathobiology research assistant in the College of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to attending law school, she taught biology and chemistry as part of Teach for America and chaired the science department at Animo Locke Tech High School in Los Angeles. Andrea later worked on staff at Teach for America as a corps member advisor. Andrea Nguyen is a member of the firm's litigation practice group. Andrea's practice also includes trademark prosecution and copyrights.