Andrew Wilson focuses on high-tech patent litigation involving complex technologies in venues including U.S. Federal District Courts and before the USPTO's Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) and the International Trade Commission (ITC). He has extensive experience litigating video compression and streaming technologies, most recently as a leader in a large-scale defense campaign involving 16 related inter partes review proceedings filed on behalf of leading video-streaming service providers, as well as numerous other coordinated campaigns before District Courts and the PTAB involving similar technology. Mr. Wilson also has experience litigating complex issues involving open source and proprietary software and all aspects of intellectual property rights afforded to software, as well as federal and state statutes involving software such as DMCA anti-circumvention laws and Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Mr. Wilson also works on a range of other intellectual property matters, including due diligence investigations and transactional issues, and patent prosecution and client counseling. Mr. Wilson's transactional practice includes pre- and post-acquisition assessment of software platforms for compliance with third-party licenses, interpreting code scan reports, and facilitating remediation and compliance efforts. He also speaks on related topics involving open source software.