Stanley Young uses his 30 years of experience to achieve the best results for his clients in intellectual property and other high stakes disputes. He has represented companies in the telecommunications, computer, electronics, semiconductor, software and financial services industries in all phases of federal and state court litigation, arbitration and International Trade Commission investigations.
He is a partner in the firm’s Palo Alto office, of which he was Managing Partner from 2008 to 2014. He is listed in Best Lawyers in America for intellectual property and patent litigation and as a Northern California Super Lawyer.
- Harvard Law School, J.D., 1985
- Stanford University, A.B./A.M., 1982
Judicial Clerkship : Hon. Charles Merrill, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Bar Admissions : California
Representative Matters :
- Motorola v. Lemko, et al. and Huawei v. Motorola (N.D. Ill.). Represented Huawei Technologies in trade secret lawsuits against Motorola Solutions involving wireless base station technology; obtained a preliminary injunction preventing the transfer of confidential information in the context of a corporate acquisition.
- Atmel Corporation v. Silicon Storage Technology (N.D. Cal.). Represented plaintiff in a patent infringement case involving semiconductor technology. Jury trial involving a charge pump patent resulted in judgment of more than $36 million in plaintiff’s favor, which was affirmed on appeal.
- Safeclick LLC v. Visa International Service Association and Visa U.S.A., Inc. (N.D. Cal.). Represented defendants in a lawsuit over a patent alleged to cover the Verified by Visa service for authenticating the identity of a payment cardholder in an on-line transaction. Defendants won summary judgment of non-infringement. Obtained affirmance on appeal. Case No. 06-1182 (Fed. Cir. 2006).
- Huawei District Court Patent Cases. Defense of Huawei in lawsuits brought in the Eastern District of Texas by Maxell, Fundamental Innovations and PanOptis, involving patents on various cell phone functionalities.
- In re Carbon and Alloy Steel Products, Investigation No. 337-TA-1002. Represented Baosteel against trade secret misappropriation claim brought and dismissed by U.S. Steel in the International Trade Commission.
- QUALCOMM Corporation v. Broadcom Corporation (S.D. Cal.). Represented wireless communications technology company in patent litigation over patents on video compression and wireless communications technologies.
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