Victoria Maroulis is a partner in the Silicon Valley Office. Mrs. Maroulis is Co-Chair of the firm's National Life Science Practice. Her practice primarily focuses on intellectual property litigation. She has litigated and provided counseling for companies on a broad range of patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secrets matters. She has litigated a number of significant patent cases, including multi-party and MDL cases for such clients as General Electric, Samsung, Cisco, Oracle, and Genentech. She has extensive experience in complex patent litigation in a variety of technologies including software, hardware, semiconductors, medical devices and biotechnology. She has chaired bench and jury trials and argued several appeals. She is a member of the bars of New York and California and is admitted to the Eastern District of Texas, Trial Bar of the Northern District of Illinois, and Federal Circuit. Victoria is an active member of the local legal community. She regularly lectures on IP matters, judges regional mock trial and moot court competitions, and has taught trial practice at Stanford Law School, the in house Quinn Emanuel program, and the ABA trial training for legal aid attorneys. Victoria was selected as one of 10 Intellectual Property Rising Stars under 40 nationwide by Law360, named as one of the top 100 women litigators in California by The Daily Journal, and featured in The American Lawyer’s “45 under 45” list.