Eugene Marder’s practice focuses on representing a diverse array of clients in intellectual property litigation, including software, electronics, medical devices, digital media, and networking technologies. Mr. Marder is adept at efficiently managing day-to-day strategy and coordination in complex cases, and has guided his clients to successful outcomes at all stages of litigation. He also excels at both developing and communicating the technical issues underlying each matter.
As a go-to associate for working with expert witnesses and engineers, Mr. Marder has taken and defended key expert depositions and examined technical witnesses in court. He has a wealth of trial experience in high-stakes litigation before U.S. district courts and the International Trade Commission, and has argued before trial and appellate courts.
Mr. Marder maintains an active pro bono practice. His clients have included asylum seekers, veterans seeking recognition of their marriages, and immigration court detainees. He is particularly active in supporting the work of the Family Violence Appellate Project and serves on its New Leadership Council.
Mr. Marder earned his J.D. from Stanford Law School, where he was the development director of the Stanford Journal of International Law. During law school, he worked on international legal issues at the Center for Defense Information and advised on nominations of presidential appointees at the White House. He earned his B.A. in international relations, magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, at the University of Southern California, where he was a Michael Sullivan Scholar.
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