Zachary Davidson is a civil litigator whose practice focuses on complex commercial disputes and intellectual property.  Mr. Davidson has litigated complex commercial disputes before courts across the country, including the Delaware Court of Chancery.  He has substantial experience working with expert witnesses to develop and assess creative methodologies for calculating damages.  Mr. Davidson has represented industry-leading intellectual property clients in patent, trademark, copyright, and right of publicity matters before federal and state trial courts, federal appellate courts, and federal administrative tribunals.  Mr. Davidson also advises clients in connection with intellectual property portfolio development, assertion, and risk management strategies.

Before joining Zuber Lawler & Del Duca LLP, Mr. Davidson practiced in the intellectual property litigation group at Irell & Manella LLP.

Honors & Achievements

–   California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year Award – Daily Journal 2016

–   Paul Davis Memorial Pro Bono Attorneys of the Year Award – 2015

Notable Representations

  • Club Car LLC v. Yamaha Golf Car Company (client); involved in two related proceedings relating to geofencing technology for golf carts. A patent infringement lawsuit in S.D. Georgia filed by Club Car as Plaintiff against or client asserting the geofencing patents. Four co-pending inter partes review proceedings (IPRs) in the patent office, seeking to invalidate the two patents asserted in the Georgia infringement lawsuit (with two IPRs directed at each patent).
  • Jetpack Enterprises LLC et al. v. Jetlev, LLC et al. (client);  involved in patent infringement lawsuit and other related lawsuits (including a breach of contract/unfair competition suit) pertaining to water jetpack technology. After we obtained a favorable ruling dismissing much of Plaintiff’s contract and unfair competition claims on a motion to dismiss (and while preparing our infringement contentions in the related patent infringement litigation), the case settled.