Scott D. Baker focuses on all areas of intellectual property and unfair competitive practices law, including patents, trade secrets, copyrights, and trademarks, with particular emphasis in computer and other technology-related industries.
Recently selected as one of the “Top IP Litigators in California” by the Daily Journal, Scott is experienced in a wide range of business litigation, including real estate, contracts, licensing, partnerships and the like. Additionally, he is well versed in all aspects of ADR.
- University of California, Hastings College of the Law, 1978, J.D., Order of the Coif, Thurston Society
- Brown University, 1975, A.B.
Professional Admissions & Qualifications : California
- Defense of BASF, a multi-national corporation based in Germany, in breach of contract, tortious interference, fraud and 17200 case venued in Los Angeles. The underlying allegations stem from BASF’s sale and supply of state of the art polymers used in roadway construction.
- Broderbund Software, Inc. v. Unison World: Represented Broderbund in the prosecution of “look and feel” copyright claim. Permanent injunction obtained after bench trial. Affirmed on appeal.
- Cirrus Logic v. ESS Technology: Defense of “inevitable disclosure” trade secret claims involving audio chip development and strategic marketing information. Succeeded on summary judgment motions after successfully defeating motions for preliminary injunction.
- E-Systems, Inc. v. Monitek: Represented the defendant in trademark infringement claim. Defense judgment received after a bench trial. Affirmed on appeal.
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