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Perry M. Goldberg

Partner for Many Years

Irell & Manella LLP

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Irell & Manella LLP

1800 Avenue Of The Stars Suite 900

Los Angeles, California,90067

United States

Company Description

We are now one of the leading law firms in Japan in intellectual property law and corporate related laws with more than 100 staff of attorneys at law, patent attorneys and secretarial and managerial staff. Our clients include a diverse array of businesses such...more

Background Information

Employment History

Editor

Harvard Companies, Inc.


Managing Partner

Progress LLP


Affiliations

Goldberg Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP

Partner


Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association

Board Member


Los Angeles Community Leaders

Member


Education

Harvard Law School


B.S.

economics

University of Pennsylvania


Web References(28 Total References)


Perry Goldberg - Founding Partner of Progress LLP

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Perry Goldberg
Managing Partner Lawyer Perry Goldberg Perry Goldberg is a founding partner of Progress LLP and serves as the firm's Managing Partner. Mr. Goldberg previously co-founded the firm of Goldberg, Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP and before that was a partner for many years with Irell & Manella LLP. He graduated in three years from the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton School of Business), receiving a B.S. in economics, summa cum laude, in 1990, graduating in the top 1% of his class. Mr. Goldberg graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1993, where he served as Editor of the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. Mr. Goldberg served on the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association. He has been selected eight times by Los Angeles Magazine as a Southern California "Super Lawyer," including in its five most recent surveys. Mr. Goldberg is also an entrepreneur, giving him appreciation of the lawyer-client relationship from the client perspective. Mr. Goldberg's practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, with an emphasis on patent litigation. He has been involved in several notable cases, including: TiVo Inc. v. EchoStar Communications, Inc., a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg represented TiVo, the developer of the first commercially available digital video recorder (DVR). TiVo sued EchoStar (DISH) for infringement of a patent covering TiVo's core DVR technology. After a two-week trial, the jury unanimously found all of TiVo's asserted claims to be valid and infringed by all of EchoStar's accused products. The jury also found, by clear and convincing evidence, that the infringement was willful. TiVo also prevailed in a subsequent bench trial on EchoStar's equitable defenses. Mr. Goldberg took and defended key depositions in the case, including taking the deposition of EchoStar's CEO. Mr. Goldberg also examined multiple witnesses at trial on direct and cross. The Federal Circuit affirmed the Judgment, including the full damages award and the injunction. Following additional proceedings in which EchoStar was held in contempt, the case ultimately settled with EchoStar paying TiVo $500 million on top of the more than $100 million that EchoStar paid in connection with the original judgment. Pause Technology v. TiVo Inc., a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg's client, TiVo, obtained summary judgment of non-infringement, which was affirmed on appeal by the Federal Circuit. Mr. Goldberg handled the argument in the district court as well as on appeal. Stac Electronics v. Microsoft, a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg was a member of the team representing Stac Electronics. Stac won a jury verdict of $120 million, as well as a worldwide injunction against various Microsoft operating systems. The case quickly settled after the injunction was granted. Matthew Bender & Company v. West Publishing (the "star pagination case"), a copyright infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg represented Matthew Bender & Company, helping the client obtain summary judgment that the page numbers of West Publishing's National Reporter System are not copyrightable. Mr. Goldberg deposed the corporate representative of West, obtaining a key admission that led to summary judgment. That judgment was affirmed on appeal. Xerox v. Hewlett-Packard Company, a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg represented Hewlett-Packard Company, helping H-P obtain summary judgment of non-infringement in connection with a motion drafted by Mr. Goldberg. Shortly thereafter, the parties settled that case, as well as all other patent infringement cases pending between the two companies. Mr. Goldberg also has been involved in several other complex intellectual property matters, including cases relating to internet telephony, plasma televisions, pharmaceuticals, advertising, and other products and services. In addition, Mr. Goldberg has experience in a wide range of general litigation matters in state and federal court, including breach of contract, intentional interference, malicious prosecution, fraudulent transfer and various other types of case. Publications: Mr. Goldberg is the co-author of numerous articles pertaining to intellectual property litigation and strategy, as well as an article entitled "E-mail And The Attorney Client Privilege In California," which was published in California Litigation. Mr. Goldberg is also the author of Mergers and the Federal Antitrust Laws: A Research Guide for Practitioners (William S. Hein, 1992). Outside of Progress, Mr. Goldberg is active in supporting the local and global community through various endeavors, including a 501(c)(3) non-profit he founded in 2013 to develop new models for collaborative problem-solving. Perry M. Goldberg


MATTHEW BENDER BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT - August 5, 1996

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Perry Goldberg PG 1281
1800 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 900 Los Angeles, California 90067-4276 Telephone: (310) 277-1010


Perry M. Goldberg | Goldberg, Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP

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Perry M. Goldberg
Goldberg, Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP Perry M. Goldberg Harvard Law School 11400 West Olympic Blvd., Suite 400 Perry Goldberg is a founding partner of Goldberg, Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP. Mr. Goldberg was previously a partner for many years with Irell & Manella LLP. He graduated in three years from the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton School of Business), receiving a B.S. in economics, summa cum laude, in 1990, graduating in the top 1% of his class. Mr. Goldberg graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1993, where he served as Editor of the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. Mr. Goldberg recently served on the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association. He has been selected by Los Angeles Magazine numerous times, including in its most recent survey, as a Southern California "Super Lawyer." Mr. Goldberg's practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, with an emphasis on patent litigation. He has been involved in several notable cases, including: TiVo Inc. v. EchoStar Communications, Inc., a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg represented TiVo, the developer of the first commercially available digital video recorder (DVR). TiVo sued EchoStar (DISH) for infringement of a patent covering TiVo's core DVR technology. After a two-week trial, the jury unanimously found all of TiVo's asserted claims to be valid and infringed by all of EchoStar's accused products. The jury also found, by clear and convincing evidence, that the infringement was willful. TiVo also prevailed in a subsequent bench trial on EchoStar's equitable defenses. Mr. Goldberg took and defended key depositions in the case, including taking the deposition of EchoStar's CEO. Mr. Goldberg also examined multiple witnesses at trial on direct and cross. The Federal Circuit affirmed the Judgment, including the full damages award and the injunction. Following additional proceedings in which EchoStar was held in contempt, the case ultimately settled with EchoStar paying TiVo $500 million on top of the more than $100 million that EchoStar paid in connection with the original judgment. Pause Technology v. TiVo Inc., a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg's client, TiVo, obtained summary judgment of non-infringement, which was affirmed on appeal by the Federal Circuit. Mr. Goldberg handled the argument in the district court as well as on appeal. Stac Electronics v. Microsoft, a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg was a member of the team representing Stac Electronics. Stac won a jury verdict of $120 million, as well as a worldwide injunction against various Microsoft operating systems. The case quickly settled after the injunction was granted. Matthew Bender & Company v. West Publishing (the "star pagination case"), a copyright infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg represented Matthew Bender & Company, helping the client obtain summary judgment that the page numbers of West Publishing's National Reporter System are not copyrightable. Mr. Goldberg deposed the corporate representative of West, obtaining a key admission that led to summary judgment. That judgment was affirmed on appeal. Xerox v. Hewlett-Packard Company, a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg represented Hewlett-Packard Company, helping H-P obtain summary judgment of non-infringement in connection with a motion drafted by Mr. Goldberg. Shortly thereafter, the parties settled that case, as well as all other patent infringement cases pending between the two companies. Mr. Goldberg also has been involved in several other complex intellectual property matters, including cases relating to internet telephony, plasma televisions, pharmaceuticals, advertising, and other products and services. In addition, Mr. Goldberg has experience in a wide range of general litigation matters in state and federal court, including breach of contract, intentional interference, malicious prosecution, fraudulent transfer and various other types of case. Publications Mr. Goldberg is the co-author of numerous articles pertaining to intellectual property litigation and strategy, as well as an article entitled "E-mail And The Attorney Client Privilege In California," which was published in California Litigation. Mr. Goldberg is also the author of Mergers and the Federal Antitrust Laws: A Research Guide for Practitioners (William S. Hein, 1992).


www.glwllp.com

Perry M. Goldberg
Partner Perry Goldberg is a founding partner of Goldberg, Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP. Mr. Goldberg was previously a partner for many years with Irell & Manella LLP. He graduated in three years from the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton School of Business), receiving a B.S. in economics, summa cum laude, in 1990. Mr. Goldberg graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1993, where he served as Editor of the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. Mr. Goldberg recently served on the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association. He was selected by Los Angeles Magazine numerous times as a Southern California "Super Lawyer." Mr. Goldberg's practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, with an emphasis on patent litigation. He has been involved in several notable cases, including: TiVo Inc. v. EchoStar Communications, Inc., a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg represented TiVo, the developer of the first commercially available digital video recorder (DVR). Pause Technology v. TiVo Inc., a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg's client, TiVo, obtained summary judgment of non-infringement, which was affirmed on appeal by the Federal Circuit. Mr. Goldberg handled the argument in the district court as well as on appeal. Stac Electronics v. Microsoft, a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg's client, Stac Electronics, won a jury verdict of $120 million, as well as a worldwide injunction against various Microsoft operating systems. The case quickly settled after the injunction was granted. Matthew Bender & Company v. West Publishing (the "star pagination case"), a copyright infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg's client, Matthew Bender & Company, obtained summary judgment that the page numbers of West Publishing's National Reporter System are not copyrightable. That judgment was affirmed on appeal. Xerox v. Hewlett-Packard Company, a patent infringement case in which Mr. Goldberg's client, Hewlett-Packard Company, obtained summary judgment of non-infringement. Shortly thereafter, the parties settled that case, as well as all other patent infringement cases pending between the two companies. Mr. Goldberg has also been involved in several other complex intellectual property matters, including cases relating to internet telephony, plasma televisions, pharmaceuticals, advertising, and other products and services. In addition, Mr. Goldberg has experience in a wide range of general litigation matters in state and federal court, including breach of contract, intentional interference, malicious prosecution, fraudulent transfer and various other types of case. Professional Activities and Publications Board of Directors, Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association Mr. Goldberg is the co-author of numerous articles pertaining to intellectual property litigation and strategy, as well as an article entitled "E-mail And The Attorney Client Privilege In California," which was published in California Litigation. Mr. Goldberg is also the author of Mergers and the Federal Antitrust Laws: A Research Guide for Practitioners (William S. Hein, 1992).


Irell & Manella LLP: Perry M. Goldberg

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Perry M. Goldberg | Goldberg, Perry M. | Perry Goldberg
Perry M. Goldberg | Goldberg, Perry M. | Perry Goldberg Perry M. Goldberg | Goldberg, Perry M. | Perry Goldberg Perry M. Goldberg Perry Goldberg is a partner with Irell & Manella LLP, where he has been a successful litigator for his entire career spanning more than 17 years. He graduated in the top 1% of his class from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, completing his degree after just three years. Mr. Goldberg then attended Harvard Law School, where he served as Editor of the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. While at Harvard, Mr. Goldberg wrote Mergers and the Federal Antitrust Laws: A Research Guide for Practitioners, which was published in book form by legal publisher William S. Hein & Co. in 1992. Mr. Goldberg graduated from Harvard Law School, with honors, in 1993, and joined Irell that fall. From 2008-2010, Mr. Goldberg served on the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association. He was selected by Los Angeles Magazine for inclusion in Southern California "Rising Stars" in 2004 and subsequently was listed multiple times as a Southern California "Super Lawyer. Mr. Goldberg also has Martindale-Hubbell's Preeminent AV Peer Review Rating. Mr. Goldberg's practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, with an emphasis on patent litigation. He has been involved in several notable cases, including: Net2Phone v. eBay and Skype (D.N.J.); eBay v. IDT and Net2Phone (W.D. Ark.), patent infringement lawsuits related to internet communications, including VoIP (voice over internet protocol) and calling card technology in which Irell represented eBay and Skype. Net2Phone first filed suit in New Jersey. eBay subsequently filed suit in Arkansas against Net2Phone and its parent IDT. Although filed two years later, eBay's case in Arkansas was scheduled for trial well before Net2Phone's case in New Jersey. Mr. Goldberg deposed the founder and CEO of Net2Phone and IDT, and successfully prevented the deposition of eBay's then-CEO, Meg Whitman. Mr. Goldberg has helped TiVo navigate the complicated DVR patent space since January 2000, and has been actively involved in all aspects of this case from pre-filing through EchoStar's latest appeal. Among other things, Mr. Goldberg took and defended key depositions (including twice deposing EchoStar's CEO), and questioned witnesses during the original jury trial and subsequent bench trial. The jury verdict, judgment, and subsequent orders (including contempt) in this high-profile case total more than $400 million to date. Pause Technology v. TiVo, a patent infringement case in which Irell's client, TiVo, obtained summary judgment of non-infringement, which was affirmed on appeal by the Federal Circuit. Mr. Goldberg successfully handled the argument in the district court as well as on appeal. Mr. Goldberg has also been involved in several other complex intellectual property matters, including cases relating to internet telephony, plasma televisions, pharmaceuticals, advertising, and other products and services. In addition, Mr. Goldberg has experience in a wide range of general litigation matters in state and federal court, including breach of contract, intentional interference, malicious prosecution, fraudulent transfer and various other types of cases. Publications Mr. Goldberg is the co-author (with Morgan Chu) of numerous articles pertaining to intellectual property litigation and strategy, as well as an article entitled "E-mail And The Attorney Client Privilege In California," which was published in California Litigation. Mr. Goldberg is also the author of Mergers and the Federal Antitrust Laws: A Research Guide for Practitioners (William S. Hein, 1992).


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