Skilled, Experienced
Representation For Complex Cases

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Case Results

  • Represented in 2021 to 2022 former President of Hells Angels Sonoma chapter on federal racketeering conspiracy charges involving an alleged conspiracy to murder members of rival motorcycle clubs, extortion, robbery, assault, mortgage fraud, drug distribution, and witness tampering.
  • Represented in 2021 to 2022 individual in federal prosecution for bribery of correctional officer at San Quentin prison, including charges of honest-services-fraud conspiracy and money laundering.
  • Represented in 2021 to 2022 individual in federal prosecution for distribution of fentanyl.
  • Represented in 2020 to 2022 semiconductor manufacturer in drafting and negotiating supply agreements with aerospace and defense industry customers.
  • Represented in 2019 to 2022 semiconductor equipment manufacturer in drafting and negotiating supply agreements for the sale of its tools.
  • Obtained from the federal government in 2021 a dismissal with prejudice of Indictment against client, a former federal DEA agent, in a prosecution for mail and wire fraud arising out of alleged fraudulent billings to hospital chain for investigation of medical malpractice claims.
  • Represented in 2021 to 2022 audit committee and compensation committee for semiconductor equipment manufacturer, and assisted with drafting and negotiations for transition and employment agreements for CEO and his successor.
  • Represented in 2021 to 2022 an app developer in responding to third-party subpoenas in antitrust litigation involving app stores.
  • Represented in 2021 a private equity fund to evaluate a proposed plaintiff antitrust price-fixing claim for potential litigation funding.
  • Represented in 2019 to 2020 semiconductor equipment company in drafting and negotiating a long-term contract manufacturer agreement for manufacturing in Asia key components for client.
  • In 2019 substituted in as counsel for defendants in a case pending in the San Francisco Superior Court since 2017 for breach of contract, fraud, and conversion that was set for trial in a few months, and conducted discovery and settled the case.
  • First-chaired jury trial in 2018 in the Northern District of California on charges of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and distribution of methamphetamine.
  • First-chaired jury trial in 2016 in the Northern District of California, defending client on charges of Hobbs Act robbery and brandishing a firearm in which the Ninth Circuit reversed the client’s conviction based on a motion to suppress an illegal search filed before trial; the federal prosecutors dismissed the case and client was released from prison.
  • Served as lead counsel for team of lawyers in 2015 to 2016 representing semiconductor company in patent litigation in the Eastern District of Texas concerning the alleged infringement of patents for P-Gamma chips used in LCD displays, and settled case and negotiated patent license for client.
  • Represented in 2013 to 2015 semiconductor company in claim against its insurer for property damage caused by alpha particle emissions from impure solder in a third party’s component incorporated into client’s semiconductor board, and filed in Santa Clara County Superior Court and settled a products liability and fraud lawsuit against manufacturer of the defective component.
  • In 2013 brought in by client semiconductor manufacturer for JAMS mediation of lawsuit filed in 2011 in Santa Clara County Superior Court by Silicon Valley fab owner against client for alleged fraud in sale/leaseback transaction for fab and breach of lease, and settled case at mediation.
  • Second-chaired jury trial in 2013 in the Northern District of California for the retrial of a San Francisco police laboratory technician accused of obtaining cocaine by fraud or subterfuge from evidence held for criminal prosecutions, resulting in a second deadlocked jury, and settled the case for a misdemeanor conviction and home detention.