Sturgis Sobin has represented clients in more than 50 intellectual property cases, including 23 trials, before the U.S. International Trade Commission under Section 337, as well as in related U.S. District Court litigation. This fast-paced litigation has involved patent, trademark, copyrights and trade secret issues, and has often required the development and implementation of complex worldwide litigation and licensing strategies.
Mr. Sobin has served as lead trial counsel in multiple large and complex trials covering a range of technologies and commercially valuable IP rights. He has also served as lead global managing counsel for multinational intellectual property and commercial disputes.
Mr. Sobin is a co-author of a leading treatise on Section 337 and his section 337 practice has been noted in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, The American Lawyer, The Recorder, and Legal Times.
He has been invited to speak on Section 337 and international IP enforcement issues before professional and business groups, including the California, District of Columbia, Federal Circuit, ITC Trial Lawyers, and America Bar Associations, as well as intellectual property law professionals in Korea, China and Taiwan.