Larry often serves as technical lead on the cases on which he works. He develops litigation strategies, conducts discovery, performs infringement analyses, evaluates prior art, and interfaces with fact and expert witnesses. Larry has recently represented and counseled clients in matters relating to software, firmware, operating systems, networks and network security, encryption, smart phone technology, wireless devices, microprocessor architecture, memories, storage systems, video compression, and semiconductor fabrication.
Larry focuses on patent litigation, appellate practice, and International Trade Commission (ITC) proceedings. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants and has significant experience working with and contributing to the work of joint defense groups.
Larry also works in the area of IP portfolio development and monetization. His experience includes steering the development of intellectual property portfolios and evaluating patent portfolios for transfer. He has negotiated settlements, technology transfer transactions, licenses, and supply agreements.
Before joining Kramer Alberti, Larry worked as a patent litigator at large IP firms including Howrey & Simon, Brobeck Phleger & Harrison, and Fish & Richardson.
Prior to law school, Larry worked as an electronics design engineer and programmer.
Juris Doctor with honors
State University of New York, Binghamton, NY
Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering; Outstanding Senior Design Award
N.D. California, C.D. California, S.D. California, E.D. California, E.D. Texas, N.D. Texas, W.D. Texas
International Trade Commission