Patrick Nack-Lehman

Associate

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Patrick Nack-Lehman is an Intellectual Property and Technology associate in O’Melveny’s Silicon Valley office. Patrick focuses his practice on patent and technology-related litigation.

His litigation experience spans state and federal courts in California, including patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation, and false advertising cases. His experience includes discovery, motion practice, expert work, trial preparation, and trial. Patrick also counsels clients on a range of intellectual property and business matters, including open source software licensing, copyright analysis, and trademark enforcement.

Patrick has experience with a variety of technical areas, ranging from video streaming and computer networking to medical devices. He holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in chemistry, and worked in an academic research laboratory for three years, studying metalloenzymes using various spectroscopic techniques.

Admissions

Bar Admissions

  • California

Court Admissions

  • US District Court, Central District of California

Education

  • Santa Clara University, J.D.
  • University of California at Davis, M.S.
  • University of California at Los Angeles, B.S.

Professional Activities

Author

  • Co-Author, “Life Sciences at the ITC: Predictions and Considerations for Biosimilar Litigation,” The American Bar Association’s Landslide Magazine
  • Part of team defending streaming video service in an ongoing patent infringement case involving aspects of database management techniques (C.D. Cal.)
  • Part of team representing medical device manufacturers in litigation relating to the companies’ pelvic mesh products (Cal. Sup. Ct.)
  • Part of team that defended biopharmaceutical company against trade secret and other claims alleging that the company and related individuals misappropriated a competitor’s trade secrets to produce biosimilar versions of certain medicines (N.D. Cal.)