Raven Quesenberry represents clients in intellectual property litigation and other commercial disputes, with a focus on trade secrets, patent infringement, and data scraping matters.

Her experience includes drafting dispositive and discovery motions at several stages of complex litigation, preparing fact and expert witnesses for deposition, preparing written discovery, and drafting patent claim charts. Raven recently worked on a team defending a computer company against infringement allegations across eight patents, including drafting several pretrial motions and conducting prior art investigations.

Raven provides prelitigation advice for clients facing potential trade secrets and data scraping liability. She delivers comprehensive risk analysis and best practices for her clients, with careful attention to balancing their business interests and exposure in a rapidly evolving legal landscape.

Raven maintains an active pro bono practice with an emphasis on immigration law. She has represented several clients in asylum and other immigration proceedings.

During law school, Raven was an extern at the Office of the Federal Public Defender in the District of Nevada. She was a student attorney in Stanford’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic and a law clerk at Legal Aid at Work.

Raven is admitted to the State Bar of California.