Jeremy J. Taylor

Partner

[email protected]

San Francisco

P: +1.415.291.6202
F: +1.415.291.6302

Palo Alto

P: +1.650.739.7500
F: +1.650.739.7699
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Jeremy Taylor works closely with high-tech clients on intellectual property disputes and counseling. By developing deep relationships with technology companies in the San Francisco Bay Area and across the country, Mr. Taylor understands the goals of his clients and works to solve IP disputes accordingly. In addition to handling active lawsuits, as a trained engineer Mr. Taylor understands the needs of his clients and their respective industries allowing him to proactively identify emerging legal issues and minimize risks in future intellectual property disputes. In 2016, Mr. Taylor helped open the San Francisco office of Baker Botts.

Mr. Taylor represents clients in courts and administrative agencies across the country. His experience handling complex, multi-jurisdictional disputes through jury verdicts and appeal allows him to handle disputes as efficiently as possible while ensuring each case is trial-ready. While many disputes can have a short lifespan, others require complex and lengthy litigation. For example, Mr. Taylor has helped many clients with patent litigations lasting just a few months but has also helped clients with matters through jury verdicts and subsequent appeals. Mr. Taylor's ability to effectively balance litigation costs against the need for a robust trial defense sets him apart in the legal industry.

Mr. Taylor works creatively with his clients to identify ways to leverage intellectual property in both defensive and offensive lawsuits. Mr. Taylor has substantial experience in asserting intellectual property against infringing competitors as well as challenging intellectual property in the courts and patent office.

Mr. Taylor has experience in a wide variety of technology areas including telecommunications, consumer electronics, semiconductors, transportation and automotive technologies, software, storage technologies, advertising and media technologies, and mechanical design. Prior to law school, Jeremy worked as an engineer at Giga-tronics analyzing and solving problems in the areas of heat transfer, vibration isolation, industrial design, signal processing, microwave synthesis, circuit layout and design, software development, and manufacturing. Mr. Taylor regularly speaks at Berkeley Law School and is on the executive committee of the Bar Association of San Francisco's Intellectual Property Section.

Related Experience

  • Dropbox, Inc. v. Synchronoss Technologies, Inc., 3-18-cv-03685 (N.D. Cal. 2018), representing Dropbox
  • Fitbit, Inc. v. Smart Wearable Technologies Inc. et al., IPR2018-00252 (PTAB 2017), representing Fitbit
  • Fitbit, Inc. v. Valencell, Inc., IPR2017-01552, -01553, -01554, -01555, -01556 (PTAB 2017), representing Fitbit
  • Hailo Technologies, LLC v. Lyft, Inc., 2-17-cv-03031, (N.D. Cal. 2017), representing Lyft
  • Free Stream Media Corp. v. Alphonso Inc., 3-17-cv-02107 (N.D. Cal. 2017), representing Samba TV/Free Stream Media Corp.
  • Micoba LLC v. Dropbox, Inc., 2-16-cv-01388, (E.D. Tex. 2016), representing Dropbox 
  • Iridescent Networks, Inc. v. AT&T Inc. et al., 6-16-cv-01003 (E.D. Tex. 2016), representing AT&T
  • Blackbird Tech LLC v. Lyft, Inc., 1-16-cv-00586 (D. Del. 2016), representing Lyft
  • Free Stream Media Corp. v. Alphonso Inc., 2-16-cv-00704 (E.D. Tex. 2016), representing Samba TV/Free Stream Media Corp.
  • Straight Path IP Group, Inc. v. Cisco Systems, Inc., 3-16-cv-03463 (N.D.Cal. 2016)
  • Free Stream Media Corp. v. Alphonso Inc., 2-15-cv-01725 (E.D. Tex. 2015), representing Samba TV/Free Stream Media Corp.
  • Acxiom Corporation v. Phoenix Licensing, LLC, CBM2015-00180 (PTAB 2015), representing DISH
  • Ultratec, Inc. et al v. Sorenson Communications, Inc. et al., 3-14-cv-00066 (W.D. Wis. 2014), representing Sorenson Communications and CaptionCall
  • Protective Cases for Electronic Devices and Components Thereof, 337-TA-955 (ITC 2015), representing Otterbox
  • Speculative Product Design, LLC v. Otter Products, LLC, 5:14-cv-03749 (N.D. Cal., 2014), representing Otter Products
  • Biscotti Inc. v. Microsoft Corp., 2:13-cv-01015 (E.D. Tex., 2013), representing Biscotti
  • Ericsson, Inc. et al. v. D-Link Systems, Inc. et al., 13-1625 (Fed. Cir., 2013), representing Intel
  • Wi-LAN USA, Inc. et al. v. Alcatel-Lucent USA, Inc., 1:12-cv-23568 (S.D. Fla., 2012), representing Alcatel-Lucent
  • Ericsson Inc. et al. v. D-Link Corp. et al., 6:10-cv-00473 (E.D. Tex., 2010), representing Intel
  • Cisco v. Conversant Intellectual Property Management Inc. (formerly MOSAID), 1:10-cv-00687 (D. Del., 2010), representing Cisco
  • Intellitech Corp. v. Altera Corp. et al., 1-10-cv-00645 (D. Del., 2010), representing Altera, Xilinx, and Lattice Semiconductor
  • Wi-LAN, Inc. v. Acer, Inc. et al., 2-07-cv-00473 (E.D. Tex., 2007), representing Intel
  • PACT XPP Technologies, AG v. Xilinx, Inc. et al., 2-07-cv-00563 (E.D Tex., 2007), representing Xilinx and Avnet
  • Hybrid Patents, Inc. v. Charter Communications, Inc., 2-05-cv-00436 (E.D. Tex., 2005), representing Charter Communications
  • Dell USA LP v. Lucent Technologies, 4-03-cv-00347 (E.D. Tex., 2003), representing Lucent

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