Jiaping (Charlene) Liu joined Haley Guiliano from the intellectual property rights management group of Ropes Gray LLP in 2017. Charlene has a wide range of experience in patent prosecution and counseling, freedom-to-operate analysis, non-infringement or invalidity opinions, and patent portfolio evaluation. Charlene has worked with clients in various technological fields, including software, financial service, mobile technology, telecommunications, integrated circuits, semiconductors, network security and medical devices.

Before her legal career, she obtained her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University, and was a Gordon Wu fellowship recipient. Her doctoral work focused on stochastic modeling of data networks, and she worked on wireless transmission protocols for ad hoc networks at Bell Labs during graduate school.

Representative Clients and Matters

The following transactions were completed prior to joining Haley Guiliano:

  • Represented a leading international semiconductor company to develop and prosecute a broad patent portfolio in the U.S. and around the world.
  • Represented a leading international medical device and consumer goods manufacturing company on intellectual property matters in merger & acquisition transactions.

Published Work

  • Liu, Y. Yi, A. Proutiere, M. Chiang and H. V. Poor, “Maximizing Utility via Random Access Without Message Passing”, invited paper in Wiley Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, also in proceedings of Broadnets (2009)
  • J. Liu, A. Stolyar, M. Chiang, H. V. Poor, “Queue Back-Pressure Random Access in Multi-Hop Wireless Networks: Optimality and Stability”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol. 55, No. 9, pp. 4087-4098 (2009)
  • Liu, A. Proutiere, Y. Yi, M. Chiang and H. V. Poor, “Stability, Fairness, and Performance: A Flow-level Study on Non-convex and Time-varying Rate Regions”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol. 55, No. 8, pp. 3437-3456 (2009)
  • Liu, A. Stolyar, “Distributed Queue Length Based Algorithms for Optimal End-To-End Throughput Allocation and Stability in Multi-Hop Random Access Networks”, invited paper, the 45th Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing (September 2007)
  • Liu, A. Proutiere, Y. Yi, M. Chiang and H. V. Poor, “Flow-Level Stability of Data Networks with Non-convex and Time-varying Rate Regions”, Proceedings of ACM SIGMETRICS 2007 (also presented at the 14th Applied Probability Society of INFORMS Conference, Eindhoven, the Netherlands (July 2007)
  • J. Liu and A. R. Calderbank, “The Icosian Code and the E8 Lattice: A New 4 X 4 Space-Time Code with Non-vanishing Determinant”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol. 54, No. 8, pp 3782 – 3789; also presented at IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (2006)