Our Patent Infringement All-Stars

Ifti Ahmed worked as a software engineer and a law clerk in both the Federal Circuit and the U.S. Eastern District of Texas. Learn more


Amir Alavi has recovered more than $500 million in settlements and verdicts for clients who are often in David v. Goliath trials. He’s a University of Chicago law grad. Learn more


Demetrios Anaipakos is known for beating technology heavyweights in trial and secured one of the largest patent infringement jury verdicts in the U.S. He’s a Stanford law grad. Learn more


Masood Anjom, who worked as an electrical engineer in a nanotechnology lab, helped win a big patent infringement jury verdict. Learn more


Weining Bai is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School where he was associate blog editor of The Penn IP Group. Learn more


Jason Ballard is an IP litigator who got his start as a software engineer and developer of mobile apps. Learn more


Justin Chen trained as an electrical and computer engineer before becoming an IP lawyer who focuses on patent litigation. He’s a University of Pennsylvania law grad. Learn more


Scott Clark is a registered U.S. patent lawyer and former chemical engineer who has litigated at least 25 patent cases. Learn more


Benjamin Foster parachuted into a trial just before jury selection and won a take-nothing verdict for his clients. He’s a University of Chicago law grad. Learn more


Alisa Lipski has a degree in biochemistry and is licensed to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Learn more


Michael McBride, who worked as a product engineer, has filed numerous patent applications as well as serving on patent infringement trial teams. Learn more


Steve Mitby restored his client’s good name by winning a jury verdict for a tech company that ranked as Texas’ top intentional torts verdict. He’s a Harvard law grad. Learn more


Brian Simmons worked as a chemist at a plastics company and has represented clients in a variety of matters involving the chemical arts. Learn more


Kyril Talanov worked as a process engineer in the energy business before taking on patent and trade secret litigation. Learn more


David E. Warden is internationally recognized for his IP expertise and has served as a special master/mediator in patent litigation cases. He’s a University of Virginia law school grad. Learn more

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