Elizabeth Day is a top trial lawyer who concentrates her practice on patent infringement litigation and other intellectual propertyrelated and commercial lawsuits. Ms. Day has represented plaintiffs and defendants in numerous matters pending throughout the United States, including cases in Texas, New York, Wisconsin, Delaware, California and the ITC. Ms. Day was named one of the top 75 female litigators in the state of California in 2006. She was also named a Woman of Influence in 2012 and VIP Woman of the Year by the National Association of Professional Women in 2016.
Ms. Day has handled patent cases involving a variety of technologies, including computers, peripherals, handsets, ecommerce, network security and the Internet. Ms. Day has tried a multitude of patent infringement cases to jury verdicts totaling over $25 million in recovery. She has served as lead lawyer on dozens of matters on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants, handling motions for summary judgment, trials and appeals. She also has significant experience litigating on behalf of Defendants, including running joint defense groups. In addition to her more than a dozen trials, Ms. Day has primary responsibility for handling the damages aspects of the cases on which she works.
In addition to handling litigation matters, Ms. Day has experience in the valuation and monetization of intellectual property, including portfolio diligence and strategy.