Jacqueline Tio is an experienced litigator and trial attorney, representing clients in district court, before the International Trade Commission, and in post-grant proceedings before the U.S. Patent Office. Jacqueline’s experience includes representing clients in high-stakes, complex, competitor vs. competitor patent litigations and spans all phases, including pre-suit diligence, filing lawsuits, fact discovery, expert discovery, preliminary injunctions, dispositive motions, trials, and post-trial judgment and costs. Her matters involve a wide range of technologies and encompass mechanical devices, electronics, and consumer products. Jacqueline also represents pro bono clients in her local community and is Treasurer of the Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association as well as co-chair of Fish & Richardson’ s Asian Affinity Group. Jacqueline obtained her B.S. degree in Chemistry from MIT and her J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School.