Washington University School of Law
Senior Editor, Washington University Law Review
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
US District Court, Massachusetts
Diana Huang participated in the firm’s Summer Associate program in 2009.
While attending law school, Ms. Huang served as Senior Editor on the Washington University Law Review and participated in Washington University’s Civil Rights & Community Justice Clinic. Ms. Huang recently served as a Legal Fellow at Human Rights Initiative of North Texas, where she was part of a team that represented asylees and abused women and children through the immigration process.
Prior to law school, Ms. Huang was a defense contractor at CACI International, Inc., where she advised the US Navy on procurement processes and financial software.
Ms. Huang is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
Major Commercial Litigation: assists in representation of leading corporations and financial institutions in complex commercial litigation, including intellectual property litigation and securities investigations.
- Assisted in securing large settlement in complex securities fraud action.
- Assisted in representation of biotechnology company in patent interference proceeding.
- Successfully argued for default judgment in breach of contract case.
- Assisted in development of FCPA third-party compliance program for major global retailer.
- Represented homeless client in efforts to obtain BHA housing.
Publications and Presentations
- “Are Social Networking Contacts Trade Secrets?” co-author, IP Law360, December 2012.
- “Facing Individual Liability in Data Security Breaches,” co-author, Securities Law360, June 2011.
Professional and Community Involvement
Ms. Huang participates in the firm’s pro bono program. She is also a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Boston Bar Association and the MIT Alumni Association