75 Leading Litigators
Professor Mark Lemley is profiled by the Daily Journal as one of the 75 Leading Litigators for his work in IP Litigation and involvement in one of the most prominent copyright cases ever to reach the courts.
Lemley does a little of everything, and that’s part of his appeal.
Two years ago, during the height of the recession, the Stanford University law professor flaunted conventional wisdom and successfully started an IP litigation group with his best friends from law school.
He’s now involved in one of the most prominent copyright cases ever to reach the courts—Oracle Corp. v. SAP AG, A SAP unit, TomorrowNow Inc., illegally downloaded millions of Oracle documentsand software. SAP admitted liability, but the question was how much the jury would award in damages.