For more than 30 years, Leo Agozzino's practice has focused on intellectual property and patent litigation matters in federal and state courts. Leo also counsels clients on a broad range of intellectual property issues involving patent, trademark, unfair competition, trade secrets, covenants not to compete, and employment agreements. His litigation experience has touched on various technologies, including computer software, integrated circuits, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, automotive components, smartphones, mobile applications, flash and DRAM memories, and chemical compounds. His background in economics and licensing has proved invaluable in damage assessment and evaluation in intellectual property disputes.
Leo's recent matters include providing support to the trial team that achieved a record-breaking jury verdict on behalf of the plaintiff in the amount of $2.54 billion in damages for sales of sofosbuvir-based drugs used in the treatment of patients with hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection.
Leo has substantial experience litigating cases in popular jurisdictions for patent cases, including the Eastern District of Texas, the District of Delaware, and International Trade Commission.
- The Ohio State University (J.D. with honors 1981); Oberlin College (B.A. 1978; Phi Beta Kappa)