Xavier Brandwajn represents Silicon Valley and international clients in high-stakes patent disputes and other intellectual property matters in federal and state courts, as well as before the International Trade Commission (ITC) and in arbitration. Xavier has deep experience representing technology companies of all sizes in patent, trade secret, copyright, trademark, and complex commercial disputes, from inception through trial. He works to advance his clients’ interests in all stages of litigation, having argued more than 80 motions in federal and state courts, participated in three trials and three appellate oral arguments, and taken or defended more than 60 depositions.
Xavier litigates disputes involving a wide array of technologies, including data communications and network storage solutions, KM switching systems, integrated circuits, nonvolatile memory devices, pedestrian crosswalk systems, radio frequency identification, mobile aggregate material processing plants, wafer manufacturing, semiconductor memory devices, RFID tags, security software, satellite television broadcast encryption, ethanol chemical preparation processes, and arcade game consoles.
In addition to his litigation practice, Xavier devises strategies to help address clients’ business and intellectual property needs, from creation and registration through enforcement. He also advises clients on the benefits and practical costs of trade secret protection.