Jeffrey Liang is a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the firm's Silicon Valley office. Jeffrey combines his engineering background and litigation experience to provide clients with an integrated, strategic approach to IP litigation. He has represented companies in all phases of patent disputes, including pre-suit investigation, negotiations, discovery, depositions, oral hearings, and trials. His practice includes district court litigation, IPR proceedings, and Section 337 investigations before the International Trade Commission, and he has represented clients in cases involving a wide range of technologies including cryptography, online payments, artificial intelligence, streaming media, databases, computer architecture, networking, wireless communications, and video games. He has experience with several industry standards including TLS, PCIe, and IEEE 802.3 and 802.11. In addition to IP litigation, Jeffrey advises clients on technology transactions, including licensing agreements and negotiations. Prior to attending law school, Jeffrey was an engineer at Intel Corporation.