Gabriel Gross is a trial lawyer focused on intellectual property and technology-focused cases in a variety of industries, ranging from biotech and software to medical devices and consumer products. Mr. Gross has first- and second-chair experience trying cases to verdict. He has represented plaintiffs and defendants in federal and state courts in California, New York, Texas, Delaware, Virginia, Washington, Ohio, Illinois, Connecticut and Wisconsin, and in arbitrations domestically and abroad. Mr. Gross has tried cases to juries involving patent infringement, copyright infringement and stock purchase disputes. He has tried cases before arbitrators and arbitral panels over licensing and other commercial contract disputes. Mr. Gross represents clients in their patent, copyright, trademark and trade dress disputes at all stages, including in court, before administrative tribunals and through appeal. Mr. Gross is also a registered patent attorney with experience in inter partes review and covered business method proceedings.
Mr. Gross' pro bono experience includes representing clients in inmate civil rights cases, immigration and asylum matters, and unlawful detainer actions.
- Lead Panelist, “Patentable Subject Matter in Life Sciences” and “Challenging Life Sciences Patents at the PTAB”, Silicon Valley Association of General Counsel’s All-Hands Meeting, Santa Clara Convention Center, November 7, 2014
- Panelist, "IP BYTES: Hot Topics in Patent Law," Bar Association of San Francisco IP Section, October 21, 2014
- Panelist, “Intellectual Property and Regulatory Issues Facing Biotech Leaders Today,” Biotech Industry Roundtable, Latham & Watkins, May 20, 2014
- Moderator, "In-House Perspectives on Effective IP and Civil Litigation," Bar Association of San Francisco IP Section, May 21, 2013
- Panelist, “The New PTO Post Grant Review Procedures – Are They a Game Changer?” Latham & Watkins, May 16, 2013
- “Core Concepts in Intellectual Property and Technology Licensing,” Invited Lecturer, UW Master’s in Biotechnology Program, September 2005