Boris Mindzak is a litigation associate in O’Melveny’s Los Angeles office and a member of the Intellectual Property and Technology Team. Boris focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation and has experience in a wide range of technology, including signal processing, semiconductor manufacture, digital image processing, and computer hardware and software.
Prior to attending law school, Boris worked as a Technology Analyst at Goldman Sachs and a Senior Software Engineer at Chrome River Technologies. In these roles, Boris designed, developed, and maintained complex trade flow and expense processing systems.
- Part of the team that defended an international consumer electronics company against an onslaught of patent infringement cases that collectively alleged infringement of dozens of patents relating to semiconductor processing, bonding, packaging, and imaging technologies (D.Del; E.D. Tex.; D.N.J.)
- Defending multi-national commercial and consumer products company against patent infringement claims involving mobile telecommunications technology. (E.D. Tex.)
- Defending well-known Internet technology company against an Acacia entity asserting patents allegedly essential to Universal Flash Storage (UFS) industry standards (JEDEC and MIPI M-PHY) (E.D. Tex.)
- Defending Taiwanese consumer electronics and television manufacturer in a multi-patent case accusing products with IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi capabilities, including those that allow for initiation and/or control of Internet streamed content (E.D. Tex.)
- University of California at Los Angeles, J.D.; UCLA Law Review; UCLA Journal of Law and Technology
- Columbia University, B.S., Computer Science
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