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Department Chair - Intellectual Property (Palo Alto & San Francisco) Partnersarah.email@example.com
Sarah Guske is a partner and the Department Chair of the San Francisco Intellectual Property Group. Sarah is a trial lawyer and has significant experience litigating software and electronics patent litigation cases in district court and at the Federal Circuit and the PTAB, including significant stand-up experience in each forum. Sarah previously served at Co-Chair of the firm's PTAB Trials Group.
Sarah has litigated cases in district courts across the country. Sarah's practice focuses on high-stakes, competitor litigation. Sarah is a frequent speaker on trial strategy issues, including defending against willfulness allegations and using IPRs strategically in district court cases.
Sarah has served as an Adjunct Professor teaching patent law and litigation at the University of California Hastings, University of Colorado and University of Denver.
Representative Litigation Cases
Recognized as a Daily Journal Top California IP Lawyer, 2019
Recognized as an NLJ Intellectual Property Trailblazer, 2018
Recognized as a Super Lawyer-Rising Star (Thomson Reuters), 2014
National Law Journal, The
Townhall Magazine Online
BCLT's Expert Series Podcast
Moderator, Section 101 Update Panel
Moderator, NPE Trends Panel
On May 6-9, join partner Sarah Guske for IP Counsel Café's Annual Silicon Valley Conference, "Parts Unknown: Global IP in an Increasingly Connected Yet Foreign World."
All Hands Meeting 2018
On July 25th, Baker Botts sponsored the TechGC Private Dinner + CLE and presented an interactive discussion on “Competitive IP Disputes for Market Share.”