Todd Gregorian focuses his litigation practice on patent and other intellectual property.
He has represented clients in various technology fields such as networking and telecommunications, e-commerce and Internet-related technologies, computer architecture, and medical devices, in diverse jurisdictions nationwide.
Todd’s recent matters have included:
- Mr. Gregorian was part of a Fenwick trial team that obtained a $10 million jury verdict in a Lanham Act false advertising case in the Western District of Washington.
- Mr. Gregorian was part of a Fenwick trial team that successfully defended an operator of social networking websites from a non-practicing entity’s infringement claims in the Eastern District of Texas.
- Mr. Gregorian defended a designer of collaboration software from a vendor’s contract claims in San Francisco Superior Court, securing summary judgment on all causes of action.
Todd served as a law clerk to the Honorable W. James Ware of the Northern District of California.
- “Whither Copyright Injunctions in the Post-Garcia World?,” with Laurence Pulgram, Media Law Resource Center Media Law Letter, May 2015.
- “Company Directors Can Be Liable for Trade Secret Misappropriation,” with Charlene Morrow, Electronic Commerce & Law Report, May 2010. Reprinted in: VC Experts, July 2010.
- “Data Wrangling, Lassoing, and Roping at the M&A Corral,” with Robert D. Brownstone. Business Law News Issue 2, July 2008 (State Bar of California Business Law Section). Reprinted in: The M&A Lawyer No. 9, October 2008; VC Experts Inc.’s Encyclopedia of Private Equity and Venture Capital, May 2009.
- “Secrets Easily Leaked by Friend or Foe in Publicly Filed .pdf Documents,” with Robert D. Brownstone and Michael A. Sands; Thomson/West E-Commerce Law Report, expanded version in: Cyberspace Lawyer, Vol. 13 Issue 1, West Publications, January/February 2008.
- “Exposing Redaction,” with Robert D. Brownstone and Michael A. Sands; Daily Journal. October 15, 2007.