Elizabeth Day is a trial lawyer who concentrates her practice on patent infringement litigation and other intellectual property-related lawsuits. Ms. Day has represented plaintiffs and defendants in numerous patent infringement matters pending throughout the United States, including cases in Texas, Wisconsin, Delaware, California and the ITC. Ms. Day was named one of the top 75 female litigators in the state of California in 2006.
Ms. Day has tried patent cases involving a variety of technologies, including computers, peripherals, handsets, ecommerce, 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 patent litigation matters on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants, handling Markman hearings, 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 the Matter of Certain Electronic Portable Devices and Related Software-337 TA-721
Representing Apple in a patent infringement action commenced by HTC in the ITC. The asserted patents relate to dialer functionality and power management in handset devices.
Saxon Innovations v. Palm et. al.
Represented Palm in four patent infringement actions pending in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas as well as the ITC. The asserted patents relate to cellular phone applications processors and wireless controllers.
Samsung v. Quanta Computer et. al.
Obtained jury verdict of $9 million in a patent infringement action pending in the US District Court for the Northern District of California. The asserted patent concerns the implementation of hotkey functionality in notebook computers.
CollegeNET, Inc. v. XAP Corporation
Obtained jury verdict of $8.5 million in a patent infringement and Lanham Act action pending in the US District Court for the District of Oregon. The asserted patents relate to technology for applying to college over the Internet.
IMX, Inc. v. LendingTree, LLC
Obtained jury verdict of willful infringement and damages totaling over $10 million in a patent infringement action pending in the US District Court for the District of Delaware. The asserted patent relates to technology for applying for loans over the Internet.
University of California, Davis, School of Law, J.D.
University of California at Davis, M.B.A.
Graduate School of Management
Dartmouth College, B.A. cum laude