Robert G. Litts
Robert is a trial lawyer who focuses his practice on intellectual property, antitrust, and complex commercial litigation matters.
A significant portion of Robert’s practice is devoted to representing patent owners and accused infringers in patent disputes involving advanced computer-related technologies. He has litigated patent cases in various federal district courts and at the International Trade Commission, and he has extensive experience with all aspects of patent litigation practice from case inception through trial and appeal. He also represents clients in post-grant proceedings, such as inter partes reviews, before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Additionally, Robert represents clients in matters involving trade secret misappropriation, trademark infringement, false advertising, and unfair competition.
Robert is also a registered patent attorney and an engineer with experience prosecuting domestic and international patent applications in the electrical and mechanical arts. The knowledge and skills Robert developed through drafting patent applications and obtaining claim allowance for his clients’ inventions serve as invaluable assets when developing strategies and legal positions in patent litigation matters. Robert also assists clients with prosecuting trademark applications.
Prior to joining Dan Johnson Law Group, Robert practiced intellectual property litigation and patent prosecution in the Bay Area offices of several prominent national law firms.