Xinping Zhu's broad practice includes litigating complex intellectual property disputes in the district courts and U.S. International Trade Commission, counseling clients on intellectual property portfolio acquisition and management, and assisting clients regarding data breaches and other data protection issues. He has represented clients in matters involving a diverse array of technology areas, including mobile devices, set-top boxes, network routers, semiconductor chips, biotech, and pharmaceutical products.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Zhu taught computer engineering at Northeastern University as an assistant professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering. He has extensive experience conducting academic research in computer architecture, embedded system and computer aided design (CAD). He was invited by the National Science Foundation to serve on the research review panel in the area of computer system architecture in 2006, 2007 and 2008.