- Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 12:35PM - 2:00PM
- Open To The YLS Community Only
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Join the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Clinic via Zoom for a discussion with Neel Chatterjee, an internationally recognized trial lawyer who has handled some of the most cutting edge technology cases, including:
* Helping develop and later defending eBay’s business model;
* Past representation of Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook in the case that later served as the inspiration for “The Social Network;” and
* Current representation of Anthony Levandowksi in the self driving car courtroom battle between Google and Uber.
Neel Chatterjee is a partner in Goodwin’s Intellectual Property practice and serves on the firm’s Executive Committee. An internationally recognized technology litigator and trial lawyer, Mr. Chatterjee has a proven track record of wins in hard-to-win technology cases. Mr. Chatterjee has a passion for representing entrepreneurs and disruptive technology companies, even at their earliest stages. His cases often break new ground in undefined areas of the law. Clients frequently turn to Mr. Chatterjee shortly before trial to take over complex technology cases. A key strategist on complex litigation spanning multiple venues, Mr. Chatterjee simplifies extremely complex concepts to ensure that judges and juries understand the key issues in each case. Mr. Chatterjee has substantial expertise handling disputes related to patents, trade secrets, copyrights, internet law, and complex commercial technology issues.
Oscar M. Rubehausen Fund at Yale Law School