Christine Wang

Christine Wang

President

Christine is Managing Director of Trustpoint.One's (formerly Black Letter Discovery) Oakland office. She is responsible for managing and developing new and existing client relationships, negotiating contracts related to client services and eDiscovery management, as well as identifying strategic initiatives and growth opportunities. Prior to joining Trustpoint.One, she was IP counsel at a start-up software company where she managed the company’s patent portfolio and worked on implementing various intellectual property strategies. Christine received her J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law where she served as Technical Editor for the Santa Clara Computer & Technology Law Journal, and her B.S. in both Biochemistry and Cell & Molecular Biology from the University of Washington. Christine is a member of the California State Bar and registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Rachel Ma

Rachel Ma

Treasurer

Rachel is currently a corporate/commercial attorney at Axiom. Prior to her current role, she worked as a contract attorney for several AmLaw 100 firms in San Francisco. She also worked as junior in-house corporate and commercial counsel at several Bay Area technology companies. Rachel received her J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law, and a dual B.A. in Chinese and Political Science with a focus in International Relations from UCLA. 

Jennifer Leung

Jennifer Leung

Jennifer Leung is Employment Corporate Counsel at Juniper Networks. Prior to joining Juniper, Jennifer was an associate with Berliner Cohen LLP's Employment Law and Litigation Group.  She previously clerked for United States District Court Judge Garland E. Burrell of the Eastern District of California. She received her J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law and her B.A. from UC San Diego.

James Yoon

James Yoon

Jim Yoon is an IP litigation partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati where he is a practice coordinator of the firm’s patent litigation practice. He is an adjunct professor (lecturer) at Santa Clara Law School where he teaches the IP litigation course. He is a lecturer at Stanford Law School where he teaches a course on the economic and technological forces transforming the private practice of law. He is a 1993 graduate of Stanford Law School and has a degree in Electrical Engineering from GMI Engineering & Management Institute.