Hilda C. Galvan

Hilda Galvan has tried complex intellectual property cases before courts across the country and in the International Trade Commission for more than 20 years. She has represented clients as plaintiffs and defendants in patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secret cases. Her experience in patent cases extends to a variety of technologies, including software, smart utility metering systems, telecommunication systems, computer networking, semiconductor chip packaging and circuitry, and navigation systems.

Hilda has successfully represented clients in some of their most important lawsuits. Recently, on behalf of SAS Institute, she won summary judgment of invalidity in a patent infringement case involving a software patent that had been the subject of an earlier case against various software companies. She was also successful in staying a multipatent case filed by Intellectual Ventures against members of the financial institutions sector, including BBVA Compass. [1]