Alden Lee is a Principal of the firm. His practice involves complex business litigation with an emphasis on high stakes patent litigation. Mr. Lee advises both multinational corporations and emerging companies in matters involving a variety of technologies such as computer security, wireless networking, and cloud computing and data transfer. Working closely with in-house counsel, high-level executives, and engineers, Mr. Lee counsels clients on case strategy and discovery practices in multiple Federal jurisdictions including the Northern District of California, the Eastern District of Virginia, the Eastern District of Texas, the Middle District of Florida, and the District of Delaware.
Mr. Lee has extensive experience litigating both patent enforcement and defense cases. He has a strong background in patent portfolio analysis, motion and discovery practice, and trials, including working with expert witnesses on highly technical analyses and subject matter.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Lee worked at both boutique and large international law firms on intellectual property matters representing patent owners and alleged patent infringers.
Mr. Lee holds a Juris Doctor degree from Emory University School of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from the University of California, Davis.
In ASML, Inc. v. XTAL, Inc. (Cal. Sup. Ct., Santa Clara), Mr. Lee represented the plaintiff in a trade secret misappropriation action involving complex computational lithography technology and helped obtain a jury verdict for ASML in excess of $845 million, the highest ranked intellectual property victory in the United States for 2018 according to the National Law Journal.
In Vir2us, Inc. v. Invincea, Inc., et al. (USDC E.D. Va.), Mr. Lee represented the plaintiff in a patent enforcement action involving computer security technology.
In Harris Corp. v. Ruckus, Inc. (USDC M.D. Fla.), Mr. Lee represented the plaintiff in a patent enforcement action involving wireless networking technology. Mr. Lee also concurrently defended a later-filed related suit brought by the Florida defendant in the Northern District of California as part of its overall defense strategy.
In various disputes, Mr. Lee participated in enforcing next-generation emergency services technology on behalf of Cassidian Communications, Inc. (now Airbus DS Communications).
In Nonend Inventions, N.V. v. Spotify USA, Inc. (USDC D. Del.), Mr. Lee represented the domestic and international defendants in a case involving data transfer technology.
In Innovative Automation LLC v. Kaleidescape, Inc. (USDC N.D. Cal.), Mr. Lee represented the defendant against claims of patent infringement involving data storage and replication technology. The case was ultimately resolved via private mediation at JAMS.
In Pegasus Development Corp., et al. v. DirecTV, Inc., et al. (USDC D. Del.), Mr. Lee represented the plaintiffs in a patent enforcement suit concerning broadcast technologies.
In UPEK, Inc. v. Authentec, Inc. (USDC N.D. Cal.), Mr. Lee represented the defendant-counterclaimant in a suit concerning fingerprint sensor technology.
In In re Certain Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp Inverter Circuits (USITC), Mr. Lee represented the claimant in a Section 337 action at the US International Trade Commission concerning computer screen backlighting technology against multiple domestic and international defendants.