Kimberly Q. Li is an associate in the Boston office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Litigation & Trial Department.

Ms. Li advises clients on intellectual property (IP) litigation, with an emphasis on patent litigation before federal district courts and the Patent Trial & Appeals Board. She advises on matters across a broad range of technology and life sciences sectors, including semiconductors, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and biologics. Ms. Li has experience in all stages of litigation, including pre-suit investigations, fact and expert discovery, pre-trial submissions, trial, and post-trial briefing.

Ms. Li is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and has worked on prosecution matters involving mechanical and electromechanical inventions.

Prior to joining Latham as an associate, Ms. Li worked in the litigation department of another international law firm.

During law school, she participated in the Detkin Intellectual Property and Technology Legal Clinic, competed in the AIPLA Giles S. Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition, and served as technology editor of the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law.

Ms. Li’s recent experience includes representing:

  • Peloton in Peloton Interactive, Inc. v. iFIT, Inc. (D.Del.) and related actions, which settled favorably for the client across multiple district court, PTAB, and ITC actions
  • Peloton in Mad Dogg Athletics, Inc. v. Peloton Interactive, Inc. (E.D. Tex.) and related IPRs, where the district court granted Peloton’s motion to dismiss under Section 101 and where IPRs challenging the same patents have been instituted
  • Amazon in Swarm Technology LLC v. Amazon.com Inc. (D. Ariz.) and related IPRs, where the district court granted Amazon’s motion to dismiss under Section 101
  • A semiconductor manufacturing company in obtaining a preliminary injunction in the District of Massachusetts*
  • A biologics manufacturer in obtaining a favorable ruling from the Federal Circuit regarding statutory interpretation of the BPCIA*

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

Bar Qualification

  • Massachusetts

Education

  • JD, University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2017
  • BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2012
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April 14, 2022 Our Work

PTAB Gives Peloton 2nd Chance To Knock Out Rival's Bike IP

The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has agreed to review two Mad Dogg Athletics exercise bike patents, giving Peloton another chance to invalidate them after getting a Texas infringement suit over the technology dismissed last year.