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Ms. Wang received her Bachelor's Degree in Bioengineering in 2007 from National University of Singapore. After graduation, she worked as an engineer developing orthopedic devices in Utah and Singapore.
In 2015, Ms. Wang graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law. While attending law school, Ms. Wang served on the Article Review Board of Virginia Journal of Law & Technology in her second year.
Ms. Wang was a summer associate at the firm in 2014 and joined the firm as an associate in 2015. Click here to read full bio
According to the Straits Times, QT Vascular, a Singapore-based medical device company, reached an asset purchase and option agreement to sell its intellectual property rights to some of its non-drug coated coronary products, such
District Court Awarded Ultrasound Device Maker Verasonics $5.6 Million And World-Wide Injunction In Trade Secret Case
The United States District Court of Western District of Washington entered a judgment in a trade secret case, Verasonics, Inc. v. Alpinion Medical Systems Co., Ltd. (Case No. 2:14-cv-01820-JCC). The district court confirmed the final arbitration
According to National Public Radio, the U.S. Senate voted 81-18 on Day 3 of the Federal government shutdown to advance a continuing resolution that would fund the government until February 8, 2018. New articles indicate that the
UCLA announced that scientists from UCLA and University of Connecticut designed a new form of energy storage for powering implantable medical devices that do not require a battery. According to the announcement, this design makes it
On February 14, 2017, U.S. District Judge Michael Mosman of the United States District Court, District of Oregon granted a Joint Stipulated Motion for Dismissal with Prejudice submitted by Plaintiffs Smith & Nephew, Inc. and John
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Abbott’s Tecnis Symfony Intraocular Lenses (IOL) for treating cataracts. According to Abbott, the Tecnis Symfony lenses are currently the only lenses in the United
St. Jude Medical, Inc. recently announced the U.S. launch and the first U.S. implant of its Quadra Assure MP™ cardiac resynchronization therapy defibrillator (CRT-D). The Quadra Assura MP™ features St. Jude Medical’s
Swiss biotech company Roche announced on December 21, 2015 that the FDA has approved the Cobas® 6800 and 8800 Systems from its Pleasanton, California-based Roche Molecular Diagnostics (RMD) for the Cobas® HIV-1 viral load
St. Jude Medical, Inc. recently announced that it has completed its acquisition of Thoratec Corporation. In July 2015, St. Jude Medical announced its offer to buy Thoratec shares at $63.50 per share. The transaction is valued at about $3.3