Robert Litts is a trial attorney whose practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, with an emphasis on patent infringement matters. Robert is experienced in all phases on patent litigation, from pre-filing investigations through trial and appeal, and he has litigated cases in various federal district courts and at the International Trade Commission.
Robert draws upon his engineering background when counseling clients in disputes involving complex computer-related technologies. The technologies at issue in his cases have included microprocessors, power semiconductor devices, NAND flash memory, DRAM, semiconductor packaging, semiconductor inspection and metrology, network technology, wireless communications, digital signal processing, software, and electronic commerce.
Robert is also a registered patent attorney with experience prosecuting domestic and international patent applications in the electrical and mechanical arts. His understanding of the mechanics of claim drafting, patent prosecution, and Patent Office procedure are invaluable tools that Robert uses when developing strategies and legal positions in patent disputes.
Prior to joining Dan Johnson Law Group, Robert practiced patent litigation in the Bay Area offices of several prominent law firms, including Townsend and Townsend and Crew LLP, Dechert LLP, and Oppenheimer, Wolff and Donnelly LLP.