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High-Stakes Commercial Litigation

Noroozi PC routinely litigates against the largest companies and law firms in the United States, with a particular focus on patent litigation. We seek out challenging matters that present opportunities for market-beating results, and have a track record of achieving unusual success.

Our Practice


We are always asking "what’s next"—for our clients, for the marketplace, and for the firm. From our use of software to our litigation tactics, we continually aim to advance the practice of law, benefiting our clients and our team.


Our commitment to efficiency informs every aspect of our work — from the cases we select, to our team formation, and ultimately to our litigation approach.


We eschew the billable hour. Instead, we focus on delivering market-beating results against the largest and most sophisticated firms in the country. And we structure our fees accordingly.

Recent News

Noroozi PC Defeats Wi-Fi IPRs By Cisco, Aruba, Ruckus, Arris, Netgear, and Belkin

On August 27, 2019, the PTAB issued a final written decision upholding the validity of all challenged claims of a wireless communication patent owned by Noroozi PC's client, Vivato Technologies.


Noroozi PC Defeats IPR Brought Against USB Patent

On June 25, 2019, the PTAB entered a final written decision upholding all challenged claims of a patent covering double-sided USB devices, finding in favor of Noroozi PC's client Reversible Connections, LLC.


ITC Institutes Significant Investigation of LED Products

On June 20, 2019, the International Trade Commission announced that it has launched an investigation into patent infringement and false advertising claims brought by Noroozi PC's client, Lighting Science Group Corporation.


Noroozi Obtains Rare Reversal and Remand At Federal Circuit

On May 22, 2019, the Federal Circuit issued a highly rare reversal and remand of a PTAB invalidity decision in an inter partes review proceeding.


Noroozi Discusses Serial IPRs and Recent PTAB Precedents with Law360

Serial IPR challenges had become a fixture of PTAB practice until the PTAB's decision in Realtime v. NetApp, in which the Board ruled in favor of Noroozi PC's client Realtime Data and refused to institute a follow on petition because another party had previously brought a similar challenge to the same patent.


Noroozi Discusses DOJ's Stance on SEPs with Law360

The conflicting views on standard essential patents expressed by the Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, and certain district court judges has become the subject of widespread interest in the patent community.


"Superb strategists and tacticians. An invaluable asset, especially in successfully defending high value patents against inter partes review."

Jerry Padian, President, Realtime Data LLC

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