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Matthew Miller is a litigator whose practice focuses on intellectual property and white collar matters. He represents clients in complex commercial disputes and in criminal and civil matters regarding allegations of fraud and corruption. Mr. Miller’s clients have included major technology companies, manufacturers, and consumer brands, both foreign and domestic.

While in law school, Mr. Miller served as Executive Editor of the Stanford Technology Law Review. He also worked at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California and at the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office.

  • Defended a major heavy-industry manufacturer against trade secret, false designation of origin, and antitrust claims in the International Trade Commission.
  • Represented a European cosmetics company in trade secret litigation related to their manufacturing process.
  • Represented a trucking equipment manufacturer in proceedings to recover damages for breach of contract.
  • Represented a major consumer brand in an investigation into allegations of commercial bribery.
  • Represented a major pharmaceutical company in a multi-jurisdictional Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigation by the DOJ and SEC.
  • Conducted an internal investigation into improper termination allegations brought by high-ranking employees against their former employer.
  • Represented a multinational video game company in patent litigation related to massively multiplayer online gameplay.
  • Represented a media and technology company in related patent cases in the International Trade Commission, the Northern District of California, and the Eastern District of Texas.
  • Represented a media and technology company in declaratory judgment and patent infringement proceedings in the Northern District of California.
  • Represented a pharmaceutical company in inter partes review proceedings on a leading topical medication.

Pro Bono

  • First-chaired a felony jury trial for a client facing burglary charges in which the prosecution dropped the charges after a mistrial.
  • Represented a woman and her children in domestic violence restraining order and custody proceedings.
  • Represented several tenants in separate unlawful detainer mediations with their landlords.