Nickolas Bohl is a commercial litigator who focuses on intellectual property cases, including patent and copyright matters. Mr. Bohl has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in numerous matters, including cases in Washington, California, Delaware, Texas, Florida, and argued before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Mr. Bohl’s practice includes extensive district court and appellate briefing, where he has helped his clients prevail on a number of substantive, procedural, and evidentiary issues, and extensive trial practice. He has represented clients in matters relating to a wide array of technologies, including cellular technoligies, semiconductors, advanced process controllers, digital signal processors, network architectures, and memory modules. Mr. Bohl has also clerked for U.S. District Courts and the Washington State Supreme Court and has experience working for government regulatory agencies.
In addition to litigation, Mr. Bohl has a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science and his experience includes the technical review of patents and potential prior art for purposes of portfolio diligence and strategy.