Kevin Y. Li

Kevin Y. Li

Associate | Litigation
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  • BA, Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University, General Honors
  • JD, Boston College Law School

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Admitted to Practice

  • Massachusetts


  • Boston


Kevin focuses his practice on patent litigation. He has experience participating in depositions, drafting briefs, overseeing aspects of discovery, and researching complex legal issues. Kevin has also assisted in preparing witnesses for deposition and trial. Kevin has experience representing parties before federal courts as well as the International Trade Commission (ITC).

Prior to joining the firm full time, Kevin was a summer associate at the firm in 2019. In law school, Kevin was an articles editor and staff writer for the Boston College Intellectual Property and Technology Forum. In addition, Kevin participated in the Boston College Law School Prison Disciplinary Hearing Clinic and the Lifer Parole and Compassionate Release Clinic, where he represented Massachusetts inmates in various proceedings. During his first summer, Kevin was an intern at Bristol Myers Squibb, where he conducted research, analyzed regulations, and drafted memoranda.

Before attending law school, Kevin was a scientist at Merck & Co, where he worked in biochemical assay development.


  • Certain Location-Sharing Systems, Related Software, Components Thereof, and Products Containing Same, ITC Investigation No. 337-TA-1347: Represented Google in investigation involving location sharing software and mobile devices. Took deposition of a fact witness and oversaw document collection and defensive discovery.
  • Certain Electrical Connectors and Cages, Components, and Products Containing the Same Thereof, ITC Investigation No. 337-TA-1241: Represented Amphenol against competitor in investigation involving electrical connectors. Participated in various aspects of discovery and assisted with witness preparation at evidentiary hearing.
  • Represented LiTL, LLC in a five patent suit involving 2-in-1 laptops against Lenovo in the District of Delaware. Worked on infringement theories and oversaw document collection and production.
  • Represented Galvion Inc. in a patent suit involving military helmets in the District of Delaware. Participated in various aspects of trial preparation.


  • Ranked among the top 5% of best performing and most active litigators at the ITC—out of 4,656 attorneys—representing complainants in Patexia’s ITC Intelligence Report


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