Lucy Grace D. Noyola is a Senior Counsel at Oppenheim + Zebrak, LLP, where her practice focuses on litigation involving copyright, trademark, and Internet-related issues.
Lucy has represented clients in the automotive, chemicals, healthcare, and telecommunications industries in a wide variety of litigation matters, including patent law, trade secrets, antitrust, business torts, and consumer class actions. Lucy has successfully litigated cases at trial and on appeal in federal and state courts, and has substantial experience in all phases of litigation, including fact investigation, electronic discovery, motions practice, trial, and settlement. Lucy was named a “Rising Star” in Intellectual Property Litigation by Super Lawyers magazine in 2014.
Before joining Oppenheim + Zebrak, Lucy was an attorney-advisor in the Office of General Counsel at the U.S. International Trade Commission, where she advised the Commission on the adjudication of section 337 investigations concerning intellectual property rights and unfair competition and defended the Commission’s determinations before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Previously, Lucy was a counsel at Crowell & Moring LLP and represented corporations in various complex commercial litigation matters. Before law school, Lucy was an engineer at Freescale Semiconductor (formerly Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector), where she worked on new products for automotive applications.
Lucy serves on the board of the Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center, which provides legal services to low-income, limited-English proficient Asian immigrants in the metropolitan D.C. area. Lucy also has years of experience representing clients in pro bono matters and served as a loaned housing attorney at the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia.
Lucy is a member of the District of Columbia and Texas bars, and also is admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Lucy earned a J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh and a B.S. in chemical engineering from Rice University.