Katie Wong focuses her practice on commercial and intellectual property litigation, representing clients in all state and federal courts. She works with individuals and companies facing white-collar criminal charges and government investigations. She also counsels media and broadcasting companies on regulatory, corporate, and IP issues.
Katie represents businesses of all sizes, as well as individuals, in litigation in state and federal court. She counsels clients through a wide variety of complex commercial matters, and has experience with both civil and criminal procedure.
Katie works with a wide range of media clients, such as television and radio broadcasters, counseling them on a variety of issues related to FCC regulatory compliance, programming, ownership, licensing, copyright and other intellectual property matters, and a host of other issues.
Katie helps clients protect their intellectual property through copyrights, trademarks, and patents. She also represents clients in litigation over intellectual property infringement claims.
Katie works with individuals and businesses who are facing white-collar criminal charges and/or investigations by governmental agencies for a variety of issues, including mail and wire fraud, accounting fraud, computer crimes, and tax controversy, among other matters.
“Racing on Two Different Tracks: Using Substantive Due Process to Challenge Tracking in Schools,” 13 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy Sidebar 163-202 (2018)