Mandy H. Kim focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation. Mandy has significant experience managing complex litigations across a wide range of technologies, including in the life sciences, biotechnology, medical devices, computer hardware and software, and consumer electronics industries. Mandy routinely handles motion practice, fact and expert discovery matters, and has litigated a number of cases from pleadings through trial and/or settlement. She has represented clients in federal and state courts, and before the International Trade Commission.
While in law school, Mandy earned specialized certificates from the Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law and Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution and received several awards. She also was managing editor of the Journal of Business Entrepreneurship and the Law and served as a law clerk in the Office of the City Attorney (Los Angeles), Intellectual Property Unit, General Counsel Division.
Prior to law school, Mandy was a research associate. She has also authored a number of publications, and worked as a technology transfer specialist in the Office of Intellectual Property, UCLA. Mandy earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics.