Litigation is serious business. Losing in court can be costly. It can affect how you conduct business, who runs the business, and harm your company’s reputation. For complex business litigation, you need a powerful advocate in your corner.
I help companies who want to win in court. I have been called a “real trial lawyer” as well as a “talented litigator” who “efficiently manages discovery with an eye toward summary judgment and trial.” I have won trials both for and against the government, defeated complex cases through dispositive motions, and resolved litigations through favorable settlements.
In particular, I help businesses seeking to win contract disputes, protect trade secrets, challenge competitors using antitrust and unfair competition law, and resolve disputes among business owners.
Here are a few examples:
Zilincik v. Tesla Motors: Lead trial counsel for defendants in 6-week breach of contract trial involving employee stock options.
Fehmer v. Jacks: Defended limited liability member against claims by another member. Defeated preliminary injunction. Matter settled.
Trade Secrets and Unfair Competition
American Reprographics Co. v. Crisp Enterprises: Co-lead trial counsel for plaintiff in 3-week trade secrets case. Settled on appeal.
Sporting Supplies Int’l v. Tulammo Inc.: Defended manufacturer and distributor in trade secrets and unfair competition case. Settled after summary judgment motions.
AFMS LLC v. UPS and FedEx: Defended transportation company against antitrust claims involving alleged refusal to deal. Won summary judgment.
Realcomp II Ltd.: Lead trial counsel for the FTC in challenge to rules set by a real estate broker joint venture. Won unanimous Commission decision.
Nikon Metrology v. Faro: Lead counsel for antitrust issues in patent infringement case involving antitrust counterclaims. Won summary judgment dismissing antitrust claims.
Vizio v. Funai: Lead antitrust counsel in case involving alleged monopolization through standard-essential patents. Won dismissal of monopolization claims.
Union Oil Company Of California: Trial counsel for FTC in 43-day monopolization trial involving patents covering reformulated gasoline. Obtained complete relief through consent decree.
Rambus Inc.: Trial counsel for respondent in 54-day trial of monopolization claims involving patents and standard setting. Obtained dismissal of all claims.