As head of the Litigation Section and the Intellectual Property Law Practice Group, Stephen E. Noona has spent over 30 years trying complex commercial cases in federal and state courts.
Known for his hard work, Stephen has a long and successful record as a trial lawyer who focuses his trial practice on intellectual property law cases in the Federal Courts across the nation.
As a former President of the Virginia State Bar’s Intellectual Property Law Section and the local Federal Bar Association, he is particularly well known for his knowledge and ability to navigate the complexities of the Eastern District’s “rocket docket” and has appeared in over 100 patent cases in all four of the District’s Divisions.
Based on his trial experience and professionalism, Stephen has been inducted as a Fellow in the prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers.
- University of Virginia; B.A., high distinction, 1982
- University of Virginia School of Law; J.D., 1985
- Virginia State Bar; Past President, Intellectual Property Law Section
- Virginia Bar Association; Past Member, Governing Board, Intellectual Property Law Section
- Federal Bar Association; Tidewater Chapter, Past President
- Fourth Circuit Judicial Conference, Member
- Represented client in four week jury trial case for the infringement of a series of patents covering video on demand and interactive services
- Co-counsel for major internet provider accused of infringing three complex patents in three and a half week jury trial in Norfolk Division
- Represented major internet provider in multi-week jury trial accused of infringing multiple patents in Norfolk Division
- Defended international manufacturer of outboard motors in three week patent infringement jury trial in Alexandria Division
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