SILICON VALLEY, CALIF.—How did the Sept. 11th
attacks change patent litigation? Womble Carlyle attorney Behrooz Shariati
and intern Steven Lee explain in a new article they have written for The Recorder. In the article, Shariati and Lee explore how the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Ashcroft v. Iqbal
directly relates to patent litigation.
Behrooz Shariati is an experienced IP litigation attorney whose practice focuses on representation of public and private companies in patent infringement litigation, licensing, counseling in technical areas including software, hardware, networking, communications, semiconductor manufacturing processes, and mechanical technologies related to the electronics industry. He has represented companies in dozens of cases related to patent infringement claims in federal and state courts. Shariati practices in Womble Carlyle’s Silicon Valley office.
Steven Lee is a recent Duke Law graduate and is an intern in Womble Carlyle’s Silicon Valley office with the corporate and securities and intellectual property practice groups.
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