Teri H.P. Nguyen focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation matters. She has experience with patent and copyright infringement, trade secrets, complex commercial litigation and unfair business competition litigation. Teri focuses on patent and trade secrets litigation, and has recently developed significant experience in the area of patent damages.
Although Teri’s practice has primarily taken place in federal court, she has had extensive experience in state court as well, having previously worked as a clerk for the Honorable Steven A. Brick of the Alameda County Superior Court in the complex litigation department, and, before that, as an extern to the Honorable Justice Mark B. Simons of the California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District.
In addition to her legal practice, Teri is also a consultant with the Legal Writing and Research/Moot Court program at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, where she advises law students on effective oral advocacy involving complex legal issues. She also coaches UC Hastings’s constitutional law and federal evidence appellate advocacy moot court teams.
Teri has authored articles concerning the impact of non-practicing entities on litigation strategy and practice, including a recent law journal article entitled, “Has Delaware Become the ‘New’ Eastern District of Texas? The Unforeseen Consequences of the AIA.” She has had articles published in Forbes.com, the Los Angeles Daily Journal as well as The Licensing Journal, a publication of Aspen Publishers.