Diane Pang


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Diane Pang, Ph.D., is a highly skilled and accomplished lawyer specializing in intellectual property and technology, life sciences, health care, and life sciences transactions and matters. In addition to her law degree, Diane holds a doctorate degree in pharmaceutical chemistry and uses this background to assist the firm's pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients in the acquisition and protection of their intellectual property rights, particularly in the prosecution and enforcement of patents.

Diane has specific experience in the development of patent portfolios for biotechnology and healthcare-related companies, including the preparation and prosecution of patent applications relating to the pharmaceutical, chemical, biotechnology, and medical device sectors. Additionally, she has significant experience with intellectual property litigation and transactional matters, such as licensing and technology transfer agreements, due diligence analysis of intellectual property rights, and trademark clearance and prosecution.



Bar Admissions

  • California

Court Admissions

  • US District Court, Central District of California

Registered to Practice

  • US Patent & Trademark Office


  • University of California at Berkeley, J.D.
  • University of California at San Francisco, Ph.D., Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • California Institute of Technology, B.S., Chemistry: with honors 
  • Managing patent portfolio related to novel molecular pairing systems for a German biotechnology company
  • Prosecuting U.S. and international patent applications related to nanotechnology for a diagnostic devices company
  • Managing trademark portfolio, including prosecution of U.S. applications and overseeing the prosecution of international applications, for several medical technology companies
  • Managing trademark portfolio for major U.S. restaurant corporation