Recognized by IAM Patent 1000 as "a master at the Federal Circuit with a thriving district court litigation practice," Sasha Mayergoyz focuses his practice on high-stakes patent and copyright litigation. He litigates in courts across the country (including the District of Delaware, Eastern District of Texas, Northern District of California, and Northern District of Illinois) and at the International Trade Commission. His experience includes delivering opening statements as well as direct and cross-examination of fact and expert witnesses. Sasha handles cases spanning a broad range of technologies, such as semiconductors, software applications, wireless communications, internet commerce, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices.
Sasha's practice also includes a heavy emphasis on appellate issues before the Federal Circuit. He is the principal author or coauthor of numerous briefs resulting in favorable judgments. On several occasions, Sasha has replaced prior counsel after an adverse decision at the trial level and obtained a favorable judgment from the Federal Circuit.
Sasha is registered to practice before the Patent and Trademark Office, where he has conducted and managed a variety of IPRs and other PTAB proceedings.
Sasha frequently writes on developing issues in patent law and has been published in various journals. He often speaks on patent law topics at national conferences (including events sponsored by the Federal Circuit Bar Association and the Intellectual Property Owners association) and to internal client audiences.
Sasha is a founding member of the Richard Linn Inn of Courts.
En Banc Federal Circuit Majority Rules Time-Bar Determinations By PTAB Are Appealable, PTAB Litigation Blog
Are Inter-Partes-Review Proceedings Constitutional? Supreme Court Will Weigh In, PTAB Litigation Blog
Are Inter Partes Review Proceedings Constitutional? The Federal Circuit Is Not Yet Ready To Decide, PTAB Litigation Blog
- April 2015
Federal Circuit Addresses Jurisdiction to Review Stay Orders in Covered Business Method Reviews
- June 6, 2013
The Myriad Case: The Supreme Court and Patent Eligibility
- Northwestern University (J.D. cum laude 1999; Managing Editor, Northwestern University Law Review, Volume 94); Cornell University (B.S.E.E. with distinction 1996)
- Illinois, U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, numerous U.S. district courts, and registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
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- Law Clerk to the Honorable Arthur J. Gajarsa, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (1999-2000)