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Ali Mojibi is a trial lawyer who firmly believes in the persuasive power of streamlined and thematic trial presentation. Drawing from his diverse background in engineering, medical sciences, and sales, Mr. Mojibi focuses on matters that present complex technical issues, including patent, trade secret, and high-stakes commercial litigation, in which he seeks to add value by helping the litigation team focus only on what really matters.

Mr. Mojibi has served as trial counsel in state and federal courts and conducted tens of hours of direct and cross examination. He also has extensive experience in the design, implementation, and analysis of jury focus group exercises. Most recently, Mr. Mojibi served as trial counsel for Johnson & Johnson in a three-month trial in California Superior Court.

  • Served as trial counsel for Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary in an action initiated by the Attorney General of the State of California. In a trial that lasted three months, Mr. Mojibi conducted direct and cross examination of expert and fact witnesses and had an active role in formulating the trial strategy and planning its execution. 
  • Served as the lead associate representing the State of Minnesota as plaintiff in a natural resource damages litigation resulting in $850 million settlement. In addition to the serving as one of the litigators on the matter, Mr. Mojibi managed a large team and the day-to-day operation of the case and participated in the development and implementation of litigation strategy.
  • Served as the lead associate representing Kancor Ingredients, Ltd. against allegations of trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract in the Eastern District of Virginia resulting in a complete defensive summary judgment victory for Kancor. Mr. Mojibi managed the day-to-day operation of the case and argued dispositive and non-dispositive motions.
  • Represented GE/Alstom Grid as defendant in a patent infringement trial in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and subsequent appeal to the Federal Circuit, resulting in a judgment of non-infringement.
  • Represented AstraZeneca in multi-defendant Hatch-Waxman litigation relating to Nexium®.
  • Represented Samsung Electronics in ITC Investigation 337-ta-882 from institution through the post-hearing proceedings, in which the Commission determined that Samsung does not infringe the asserted patents, and that several of the asserted claims are invalid.
  • Represented BP in multidistrict litigation of claims allegedly arising under the Oil Pollution Act in the Eastern District of Louisiana, in which the district court dismissed all plaintiffs’ claims.
  • Represented a global biopharmaceutical company in appeal before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, resulting in an order vacating an adverse judgment.
  • Represented a leading manufacturer of MEMs microphones in a patent infringement action in the District of Delaware, leading to a confidential outcome.
  • Represented an athletic conference in litigation regarding conference realignment.

Pro Bono

  • Successfully represented a defendant in criminal assault case in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
  • Conducted two-day criminal trial in armed robbery case in Montgomery County, Maryland, examining six witnesses and delivering the opening statement and closing arguments.

Previous Experience

  • Nortel Networks, Systems Engineer (2006-2007)
  • The Patent Law Review, Thompson Reuters (West), selected Mr. Mojibi’s law review article, "An Empirical Study of the Effect of KSR v. Teleflex on the Federal Circuit’s Patent Validity Jurisprudence," 20 ALB. L.J. OF SCI. & TECH. 559 (2010), as “one of the best law review articles related to patent law published [in 2010].”