Irvine, Calif. (May 5, 2014 ) – The international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP has cross-state representation with two intellectual property litigation attorneys participating in the Daily Journal and West LegalEdcenter conference “2014 Patent Disputes Forum“in Orange County.
Illustrating the depth of the firm’s statewide Intellectual Property and Technology Practice, Jeffrey. K. Joyner, of the Los Angeles office, is the conference co-chair and moderator of the panel “Best Practices for Avoiding and Resolving Patent Disputes: Licensing, Legislation, and Business Partnerships.” Joyner has previously co-chaired three Patent Disputes Forums in Silcon Valley. Franklin D. Ubell, of the Orange County office, is speaking on the panel “Patent Law Before the Supreme Court in 2014.” The Conference takes place on May 6 at The Westin South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa.
Joyner represents Fortune 500 international and domestic companies in patent, trademark, and copyright litigation, including serving as lead trial counsel. His focus includes defending numerous companies in large joint defense groups as lead counsel throughout the U.S. in patent actions brought against multiple defendants in jurisdictions throughout the U.S. such as the Eastern District of Texas and Northern and Central Districts of California with respect to many technologies ranging from interactive website technology to medical devices and from game devices to plastics. Joyner serves as a board member of CleanTech Los Angeles and Seven Arrows School. He is co-chair of the e-Mobility Task Force for the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation, and a member of the Green Economy Committee of the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation.
Ubell was recognized in 2014 as “Lawyer of the Year, Patent Law, Orange County” by The Best Lawyers in America. He has more than 25 years experience as a litigator and counselor in the field of intellectual property. His practice has focused on patent, trademark and trade secret litigation, and he has wide-ranging experience in the areas of semiconductors, computer software, computer networking, medical devices, optics, LED lighting technology and telecommunication technology, including cellular and wireless technologies. He also has experience in litigation of unfair competition and antitrust matters. He has represented clients as lead counsel in both state and federal courts and has considerable first chair trial experience extending to both jury and non-jury proceedings.
With more than 180 intellectual property and technology attorneys and agents, Greenberg Traurig provides a broad range of patent, trademark and copyright protection and strategic counseling. Greenberg Traurig was named a “National Tier 1” law firm for IP Litigation, Patent Law, Trademark and Information Technology Law in the U.S. News and Best Lawyers 2013 “Best Law Firms” guide. The firm was also named a “National Tier 2” law firm for Copyright Law, Patent Litigation and Technology Law in the U.S. News and Best Lawyers 2013 “Best Law Firms” guide.