Christian G. Andreu-von Euw

Christian G. Andreu-von Euw

Associate

San Diego, (858) 720-5126

Education

Harvey Mudd College (B.S., 1999)
University of Southern California (J.D., 2009)

Bar Admissions

California

Christian Andreu-von Euw is an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property Group. Mr. Andreu-von Euw focuses his practice on intellectual property disputes and commercial litigation with an emphasis on patent and trade secret litigation.

Mr. Andreu-von Euw has represented electronics, biotechnology, and software companies in disputes involving patents, trade secrets, business interference, and other matters in state and federal courts and in the International Trade Commission. He has extensive experience in all aspects of litigation and has led many successful settlement negotiations and conducted and defended numerous depositions. He works with technical and damages experts on a regular basis and has drafted many claim construction briefs and successful case-dispositive motions. In addition, Mr. Andreu-von Euw has successfully represented a number of asylum seekers in Immigration Proceedings.

Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Andreu-von Euw worked as an electrical engineer both in the United States and Germany. He designed products in the telecommunications and broadcast video industries and was awarded U.S. Patent No: 7,120,363 for his work in free space optical communications. His technical experience spans a wide range of technologies that include software design, digital video, electro-optics, optical sensors, controllers for mechanical and optical systems, programmable logic, and analog and digital circuit card design.

Mr. Andreu-von Euw is a member of the San Diego IP Lawyers Association, San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association and the Welsh Inn of Court. He also serves on the Board of Advisors for the Crawford Academy of Law and supervises that Academy of Law’s mentorship program.

Mr. Andreu-von Euw earned a B.S. in electrical engineering from Harvey Mudd College in 1999 and a J.D. from the University of Southern California in 2009. He served as an extern to the Honorable Laurence Rubin, Associate Justice of the California Court of Appeals, and the Honorable Stephen Hillman, Chief Magistrate Judge of U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

Mr. Andreu-von Euw is fluent in Spanish and conversant in German.

DexCom Inc. v. Glucovation Inc.
(San Diego Superior Court). Represent DexCom Inc. in trade secret dispute against former employees.
Orlando Communications LLC v. Kyocera Communications Inc.
(Middle District of Florida). Represented Kyocera Communications Inc. in patent infringement dispute related to range and bearing tracking systems and adaptive error correction. Plaintiff dismissed case after Kyocera obtained a favorable ruling on a motion to dismiss.
Certain Wireless Consumer Electronics Devices and Components Thereof
(International Trade Commission, 337-TA-853). Represented Kyocera Communications Inc. and Kyocera Corporation in a two-week evidentiary hearing before the ITC in a patent infringement dispute involving microprocessor clocking technology. Case settled on favorable terms shortly after trial.
Frequency Systems LLC v. Kyocera Communications Inc.
(Eastern District of Texas). Represented Kyocera Communications Inc. in patent infringement suit involving 802.11 and LTE technologies. Investigated claims and engaged in negotiations with plaintiff that led to an unconditional dismissal of Kyocera.
Vantage Point LLC v. Kyocera Communications Inc.
(Eastern District of Texas). Represented Kyocera Communications Inc. in patent infringement dispute related to microprocessor pipelining technology. Case settled on favorable terms after successful motion to transfer case to the Northern District of California.
Yardi Systems Inc. v. Property Solutions International Inc.
(Central District of California). Represent Property Solutions International Inc. in a copyright/trade secret dispute involving property management software.
Wyncomm LLC v. Kyocera Communications Inc.
(District of Delaware). Represented Kyocera Communications Inc. in patent infringement dispute related to 802.11 technologies. Case settled on favorable terms.
Certain Electronic Imaging Devices.
(International Trade Commission, 337-TA-850). Helped develop non-infringement defenses that led to ruling by Administrative Law Judge that there was no Section 337 violation by Huawei in relation to the lawsuit brought concerning Android mobile phones by Flashpoint Technology.
Ventria Bioscience v. Yang
(Sacramento Superior Court). Represented inventor in trade secret dispute involving genetically modified grain seeds. Case settled on favorable terms shortly before trial.
Eastman Kodak v. Kyocera Corp.
(Western District of New York). Represented Kyocera Corporation in a patent/licensing dispute involving the Kodak digital imaging patent portfolio and Kyocera’s patent portfolio. Case terminated with a favorable settlement resolving all outstanding litigation against Kodak.
Dicam, Inc. v. Palm, Inc.
(Western District of Virginia). Represented Palm Inc. in patent infringement dispute involving devices for remote image capture. Obtained summary judgment of non-infringement at the outset of the case via a pre-discovery motion for claim construction and summary judgment.
DexCom Inc. v. Glucovation Inc.
(San Diego Superior Court). Represent DexCom Inc. in trade secret dispute against former employees.
Orlando Communications LLC v. Kyocera Communications Inc.
(Middle District of Florida). Represented Kyocera Communications Inc. in patent infringement dispute related to range and bearing tracking systems and adaptive error correction. Plaintiff dismissed case after Kyocera obtained a favorable ruling on a motion to dismiss.
Certain Wireless Consumer Electronics Devices and Components Thereof
(International Trade Commission, 337-TA-853). Represented Kyocera Communications Inc. and Kyocera Corporation in a two-week evidentiary hearing before the ITC in a patent infringement dispute involving microprocessor clocking technology. Case settled on favorable terms shortly after trial.
Frequency Systems LLC v. Kyocera Communications Inc.
(Eastern District of Texas). Represented Kyocera Communications Inc. in patent infringement suit involving 802.11 and LTE technologies. Investigated claims and engaged in negotiations with plaintiff that led to an unconditional dismissal of Kyocera.
Vantage Point LLC v. Kyocera Communications Inc.
(Eastern District of Texas). Represented Kyocera Communications Inc. in patent infringement dispute related to microprocessor pipelining technology. Case settled on favorable terms after successful motion to transfer case to the Northern District of California.
Yardi Systems Inc. v. Property Solutions International Inc.
(Central District of California). Represent Property Solutions International Inc. in a copyright/trade secret dispute involving property management software.
Wyncomm LLC v. Kyocera Communications Inc.
(District of Delaware). Represented Kyocera Communications Inc. in patent infringement dispute related to 802.11 technologies. Case settled on favorable terms.
Certain Electronic Imaging Devices.
(International Trade Commission, 337-TA-850). Helped develop non-infringement defenses that led to ruling by Administrative Law Judge that there was no Section 337 violation by Huawei in relation to the lawsuit brought concerning Android mobile phones by Flashpoint Technology.
Ventria Bioscience v. Yang
(Sacramento Superior Court). Represented inventor in trade secret dispute involving genetically modified grain seeds. Case settled on favorable terms shortly before trial.
Eastman Kodak v. Kyocera Corp.
(Western District of New York). Represented Kyocera Corporation in a patent/licensing dispute involving the Kodak digital imaging patent portfolio and Kyocera’s patent portfolio. Case terminated with a favorable settlement resolving all outstanding litigation against Kodak.
Dicam, Inc. v. Palm, Inc.
(Western District of Virginia). Represented Palm Inc. in patent infringement dispute involving devices for remote image capture. Obtained summary judgment of non-infringement at the outset of the case via a pre-discovery motion for claim construction and summary judgment.

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