David Alberti concentrates in patent litigation, patent monetization and strategic counseling, International Trade Commission (ITC) proceedings, and intellectual property litigation.
He has recently represented and counseled clients in matters relating to smart phone and computer architecture and software, RF communications and wireless devices, microprocessors, storage networks and systems, semiconductor devices, semiconductor fabrication technology and software, processor-based systems, mechanical and electromechanical technologies, electronics, optical systems, automotive systems and components, and Internet and business method patents.
Mr. Alberti also has experience in computer software copyright litigation and trademark litigation.
HTC v. Apple (International Trade Commission)
Representing Respondent Apple in a patent infringement case involving smart phone and computer-related hardware, software and power management systems.
Sun Microsystems v. Network Appliance (Northern District of California)
Represented Sun in three separate patent infringement cases involving processors, servers, networking and storage technology.
Saxon v. Palm et al. (Eastern District of Texas)
Represented defendant, Palm, Inc., before Judge Davis in a patent infringement case involving handheld devices and wireless technology.
Qualcomm, Inc. v. Broadcom Corp. (Southern District of California)
Represented plaintiff Qualcomm in patent infringement case involving baseband processors and wireless technologies, including CDMA, UMTS, GPRS, and GSM technologies. Obtained favorable settlement.
Gateway v. Hewlett-Packard (International Trade Commission)
Represented defendant computer manufacturer in patent infringement trial concerning multimedia computer technology combining digital television and audio technologies. The Administrative Law Judge found the patent unenforceable and invalid on multiple grounds and no violation of Section 337.