Tom Pardini focuses his practice on intellectual property matters, including patent and trade secret litigation.
Tom has represented clients in matters spanning a range of technologies, including autonomous vehicle development and LIDAR, mobile apps, semiconductors, and video streaming. Experienced with all phases of litigation from pleadings through trial, he has taken and defended depositions, drafted dispositive motions, and been a member of several trial teams.
Tom received his J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he worked on behalf of asylum seekers in the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic and interned at Major League Baseball. Prior to law school, Tom created online advertising campaigns as a client strategist for a San Francisco startup company. He graduated with high honors from the University of California, Berkeley.Show More
(Northern District of California). Represented Uber in a widely publicized trade secrets case. Obtained a favorable settlement after four days of jury trial.
(District of Delaware). Represented Fairchild in a bifurcated damages trial relating to semiconductor technology.
(Northern District of California). Secured a complete summary judgment victory for Uber in a patent infringement case, successfully arguing noninfringement of both patents at issue.