Ms. Yeung is the co-chair of the Privacy and Data Security Practice Group, leading the Firm’s work in counseling clients on issues of data privacy, including preparing privacy policies and procedures, and cross-border data transfers. She also is a member of the Litigation Services Department and the Intellectual Property Practice Group.
Her practice ranges from protecting clients’ intellectual property through securing patent and trademark rights from the United States Patent and Trademark Office and technology transfer, to protecting those rights through administrative proceedings, arbitration, and litigation in federal courts. Ms. Yeung is also a member of the e-Discovery Practice Group. In that role, she regularly counsels clients on e-discovery issues and manages e-discovery projects to ensure their efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
News & Publications
- Summer School for Intellectual Property: Universities Must Prepare Student-Athlete Endorsement Policies in Response to New NCAA Rules
- What Does the Future Hold for College Athletics after the Supreme Court Decision in NCAA v. Alston?
- United States Patent and Trademark Office Fee Adjustments Effective January 2, 2021
- California Votes To Strengthen Consumer Privacy Laws
- Decision by EU Court of Justice Turns the Privacy World Upside Down
- Dispute Resolution for Coronavirus-Related Business Claims
- The Copyright Office Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak
- Limited Extension of USPTO Trademark Deadlines under the CARES Act
- Copyright Lawsuit Questions Answered: Panel Discussion on the Impact of the Fourth Estate Case
- Assessing the Impact of Recent Supreme Court Decisions on Intellectual Property and Creditors’ Rights & Business Restructuring Issues
- Does sports betting put student athletes at risk?
- Sports Betting and the Impact on Colleges and Universities
- Schnader Wins Notable Victory in Cy Pres Litigation
- Stephenie Yeung Published “Cybersecurity for Midsize and Smaller Law Firms: 10 Tips to Take Action Now”
- Kastner, Yeung, Chou, and Lewis Publish “Crucial Tips for Using IP Watching and Enforcement to Protect Your Business”
- Stephenie Wingyuen Yeung Named to Schnader Partnership
- ‘Privacy Shield’ Replacing Invalidated EU-US Safe Harbor Agreement is Open for Business, but Challenges to its Validity are Expected
- Impact of Brexit on Intellectual Property
- In Third Circuit, All Confusion Is Relevant in Trademark Cases
- Safeguarding Your Information Assets: Are You Prepared?
- Stephenie Yeung Earns Certified Information Privacy Professional Credential
- “Supplier’s Agreement to Manufacture Product Invalidates Patent”
- Consider Taking These Actions Before March 16, 2013, The Effective Date of New U.S. Patent Laws
- Reining In Discovery Costs Through Predictive Coding
- Schnader Honored with Phila. VIP’s Chancellor’s Award
- Pro Bono Newsletter
- Boston University School of Law, J.D., 1999
- Barnard College, Columbia University, B.A., 1998
- Boston University School of Public Health, M.P.H., 1996
- Cantonese Chinese
- Mandarin Chinese
- Pennsylvania, 1999
- New Jersey, 2000
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- District of New Jersey
- Asian American Women’s Coalition (AAWC), Board Member
- American Bar Association, member
- Pennsylvania Bar Association, member
- Certified Information Privacy Professional/US (CIPP/US)
- International Association of Privacy Professionals, member
- Women in EDiscovery, Philadelphia Chapter, member
- Defended manufacturers and retailers of sunglasses, sporting goods, and gourmet food products against claims for patent infringement, trademark infringement, copyright infringement, and misappropriation of trade secrets;
- Represented a manufacturer and distributor of cosmetic goods against counterfeiters in a trademark infringement action;
- Represented trademark owners in disputes over others’ use or attempted registration of similar trademarks; and
- Counseled clients on electronic discovery issues.
Intellectual Property Transaction Matters
- Secured trademark rights for clients in a variety of industries and protected these rights in administrative opposition proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board;
- Registered copyrights and counseled clients on copyright protection and fair use issues;
- Secured patents in different technologies, including computer software, medical devices, genetic engineering methods, sporting goods, and mechanical devices;
- Conducted intellectual property due diligence assessments in connection with the clients’ technology transfer or licensing of mergers and acquisitions; and
- Handled assignments of intellectual property rights.
Pro Bono Matters
- Counseled nonprofit civic organizations about use and protection of their service marks.
- Ms. Yeung has a background in biology. Before law school, Ms. Yeung was a member of a medical research team in New York City’s Mount Sinai Hospital’s Department of Endocrinology.
- During law school, she worked with the Boston-based AIDS Law Project in cases involving discrimination against persons with AIDS.
- WEBINAR: What Every College Athlete Needs To Know About Earning Income From NIL And Endorsements
- WEBINAR: How Universities Can Prepare for Student-Athlete NIL Issues
- The Practical Impact of the SCOTUS Decision in the Fourth Estate Case
- Protecting Your Intellectual Property in a Digital Age
- Stephenie Yeung Presented Legal Ethics Workshop
- “Preparing for Upcoming Patent Law Changes” Practicing Law Institute Presentation
- “Overview of Important Patent Prosecution and Litigation Changes under the AIA – A Walk Through the New Patent Landscape” Association of Corporate Counsel Delaware Valley (DELVACCA) Chapter Roundtable