Heming Xu focuses his practice on trademark, copyright, and trade secrets law primarily in the pharmaceutical and technology industries.
Prior to joining the firm, Heming was an associate in the Los Angeles, California office of a national law firm where he concentrated his practice on intellectual property, regulatory, and general commercial litigation, arbitration, intellectual property rights and enforcement, and intellectual property prosecution matters. Previously, Heming was an associate in the Los Angeles, California office of a California-based law firm where he practiced in its intellectual property litigation group.
After graduating from Columbia Law School, Heming served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Edward L. Chávez in the New Mexico Supreme Court for one year.
While attending law school, Heming was a research assistant for Professor George A. Bermann, for whom he performed research and drafting for the Restatement Third, the U.S. Law of International Commercial Arbitration and for the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law.
Heming is conversational in Mandarin Chinese.
Columbia Law School, J.D. (2014) James Kent Scholar
University of Southern California at Los Angeles, B.A., Biological Sciences and Neuroscience, Minor in Art History (2010) summa cum laude, Presidential Scholar, Renaissance Scholar
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California
New Mexico Supreme Court - Honorable Edward L. Chávez (Sep 2014-Sep 2015)
Asian Pacific American Dispute Resolution Center, Board of Directors, Member
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