Ronnie Solomon is a trial-experienced litigator in Fenwick’s Intellectual Property & Commercial Litigation Group. Ronnie advises and represents technology companies in complex litigation matters, focusing on copyright, trademark, trade secret, and patent disputes, consumer class actions, and complex commercial and business disputes. He also has significant experience counseling companies on pre-litigation matters, including in privacy-related matters. Ronnie has experience in all aspects of pre-trial and trial representation, including a federal jury trial, and has successfully resolved matters in both federal and state courts.
Ronnie is also dedicated to providing pro bono legal services to members of the community, including representation in asylum and unlawful detainer actions.
While in law school, Ronnie was an editor of the University of Miami Law Review. Additionally, he served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Jose E. Martinez of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida and as a legal intern for the Office of the Attorney General of Florida, Criminal Appeals Division. Ronnie received the Dean’s Certificate of Achievement Award in Civil Procedure and in Legal Research and Writing.
- Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Northern California Chapter, Leadership Development Committee member
- “Reaching Back” to Acts of Continuing Misappropriation Under the Defend Trade Secrets Act, Intellectual Property Bulletin, Summer 2016
- Report on The Department of Commerce Internet Policy Task Force White Paper on Remixes, First Sale, and Statutory Damages, Intellectual Property Bulletin, Winter 2016
- Recent Cases Reinforce the Importance of Laches in Trademark Cases, Intellectual Property Bulletin, Spring 2015
- Supreme Court’s Lexmark Decision Creates Uniform Federal False Advertising Standing Requirement, March 2014