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Winslow Taub focuses his practice on transactions and litigation in the technology sector, with an emphasis on intellectual property matters. He has advised a broad range of public and private companies with respect to mergers and acquisitions, collaborations, licensing, and complex commercial transactions. As a litigator, Mr. Taub has represented clients in patent infringement, commercial, and regulatory disputes involving critical technology and intellectual property assets.

Mr. Taub has worked in the software and hardware industries for more than 20 years, as an engineer and as an attorney.

  • Advised a major networking company in a variety of private and public company acquisitions and asset purchases.
  • Advised a major multinational corporation in open-source software and intellectual property issues in connection with acquisitions and cross-border technology transfers.
  • Advised a major technology company on agreements governing the development and acquisition of technology for a new business line.
  • Advised a major technology company on regulatory issues and private civil liability associated with the deployment and maintenance of customer-facing software.
  • Advised a major software company on licensing, exhaustion, and liability issues associated with SaaS and PaaS offerings.
  • Led teams in district court, International Trade Commission, PTAB, and arbitration proceedings related to infringement, validity, and enforceability of patents.

Pro Bono

  • Jacobson v. U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Represent Leesa Jacobson and Peter Ragan in First Amendment litigation against U.S. Customs and Border Protection, related to monitoring and protesting of interior checkpoints.
  • People v. Van Vlear. Represent Ross Van Vlear in a misdemeanor proceeding in Marin County Superior Court.
  • Todd v. LaMarque, et al. Represented Michael Todd, a California prison inmate, at trial in a lawsuit alleging excessive force during a takedown at Salinas Valley State Prison.

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Federal Circuit Bar Association
  • Northern California Rising Stars, Intellectual Property Litigation (2009-2014)