Bridging the gap between law and science

Practice Areas


Patent, Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Litigation

We represent plaintiffs and defendants in all phases of intellectual property litigation, from the assessment of a case before a lawsuit is filed through trial and appeal. Our mastery of the underlying science—from software to complex medical devices and pharmaceuticals—leads to positive results for our clients.

Breach of Contract and Business Disputes

Not every relationship ends on a high note. We take an outcome-oriented approach to resolving disputes, and hit the ground running on day one to determine what aspects of a case are worth fighting and which aspects are worth resolving early on. If a case does go to trial, we leverage our experience representing Fortune 500 companies in state and federal courts around the country to aggressively fight for our clients.

Intellectual Property Advising

Whether we are representing a multinational corporation, a tech startup, or a creative individual, we know that intellectual property is often our client’s most important asset. Protecting this property in a digital world takes a creative approach. We draw on our experience representing media and entertainment companies, nonprofit organizations, and publishing companies how best to protect their copyrights, patents, and trademarks to find the right solution to protect your intellectual property.

Expert Witness / Strategic Consulting

We love learning about all types of technology and love working with experts on any type of case. We have helped many experts craft their reports, prepared and defended experts at deposition, and presented experts at trial in the highest-stakes commercial litigation. We feel at home sitting around a whiteboard, methodically working to get the science right. But we also know how to make an expert feel at home on the hot seat.

We also understand that not everyone loves science as much as we do. We are happy to partner with general litigation firms to handle the scientific aspects of cases that they might otherwise not be willing to take.


We know that a successful motion for summary judgment or a victory at trial can be just the start of a case. Protecting a decision on appeal—or reversing an unfavorable outcome—requires strategic thinking and a deep understanding of the substance of a case. Whether the appeal turns on a complex theory of infringement or a procedural irregularity, we know how to frame the issue simply and effectively.