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Patent Litigation; Intellectual Property and Technology; Litigation, Arbitration and Investigations
John Guaragna is Co-Managing Partner of DLA Piper's Austin office and Texas Chair of the Intellectual Property and Technology practice. He focuses on patent litigation and other technology and intellectual property disputes.
John has successfully represented clients at trial in patent, trademark and antitrust cases in district courts throughout the United States, as well as in the International Trade Commission and the Federal Trade Commission. John's recent experience includes the representation of Dell, Home Depot, HP, Itron, KLA-Tencor, lululemon, Medtronic, Microsoft, Samsung, Silicon Labs, and others in various intellectual property matters.
John has significant experience handling patent cases in Texas district courts, including in the Western District of Texas and the Eastern District of Texas where he is admitted to practice and has handled over 250 patent cases.
Additionally, John has extensive experience relating to the intersection between patent law and antitrust law, including a three-month antitrust trial before the Federal Trade Commission. He also has handled various trademark, trade secret, copyright and indemnity disputes.
J.D., University of San Diego 1998; B.A., Villanova University 1990