Andrew Pratt is an intellectual property litigator who represents clients before U.S. federal courts and the International Trade Commission (ITC). Andrew serves as ITC trial counsel in Section 337 proceedings, and is well versed in strategies for addressing complex intellectual property litigation and trade secret actions. He advocates for publicly traded corporations, global manufacturers, and importers.
Andrew handles disputes involving a broad range of technologies, including semiconductor fabrication processes, semiconductor package technologies, liquid-crystal display (LCD) driver circuits, Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology, image compression, cellphone baseband technology processors, and personal digital assistant (PDA) processors. Andrew also has dealt with firearms, chemical compositions, orthopedic implants, automotive sensor systems, and automotive safety systems technologies.
In addition to intellectual property, Andrew also has experience litigating complex trade secret actions and trademark, design patent, and copyright infringement actions. He is a registered patent attorney at the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
During law school, Andrew worked as an extern for the Honorable Judge Thomas S. Zilly of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington.