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Ali Mojibi is a dynamic litigator and a rising trial lawyer. Ali leverages his diverse background – in electrical engineering, medical science, and sales – to help clients resolve challenges that demand technical aptitude, practical thinking, and compelling presentation.

Ali has served as trial counsel in state and federal courts and conducted many hours of direct and cross examination. IP Law360 and other media have covered Ali’s skillful trial work. Most recently, Ali served as trial counsel for Flatiron Health in a bench trial in SDNY and, prior to that, for Johnson & Johnson in a three-month trial in California Superior Court.


  • Served as trial counsel for Flatiron Health in a trade secret and non-compete dispute in SDNY, obtaining an injunction prohibiting a senior Flatiron Health data scientist from participating in a wide range of potentially-competitive activities for a subsequent employer for the entire term of the non-compete agreement.
  • Served as trial counsel for Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary in an action initiated by the Attorney General of the State of California and, in a trial that lasted nearly three months, conducted direct and cross examination of expert and fact witnesses.
  • Served as trial counsel for Huawei in a patent infringement litigation in the Eastern District of Texas.
  • Securing a complete defensive win for Samsung in ITC Investigation 337-ta-882 in which the Commission determined that Samsung does not infringe the asserted patents, and that several of the asserted claims are invalid.
  • Represented GE/Alstom Grid as defendant in a patent infringement trial in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and subsequent appeal to the Federal Circuit, resulting in a judgment of non-infringement.
  • Represented a criminal defendant in trial involving allegations of armed robbery and felony assault.

Patent Litigation:

  • Represented GE/Alstom Grid in litigation in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania relating to alleged infringement of patent directed to a smart, self-regulating power grid.
  • Represented AstraZeneca in multi-defendant Hatch-Waxman litigation relating to Nexium®.
  • Represented AstraZeneca in appeal before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, resulting in an order vacating an adverse judgment.
  • Represented manufacturer of MEMS in a patent infringement action in the District of Delaware, leading to a favorable confidential outcome.
  • Represented Huawei in a patent infringement litigation in the Eastern District of Texas concerning allegations of infringement of standard-essential patents directed to LTE.
  • Represented Samsung in litigation involving allegations of infringement of patents directed to content and media sharing, securing a complete defensive win.
  • Represented Warby Parker in dispute over inventorship and patent ownership relating to remote eye-exam technology.

Trade Secret and Non-compete Disputes:

  • Represented Rogers Corporation in trade secret misappropriation litigation in the Central District of California relating to misappropriation of product formula and customer lists.
  • Represented Warby Parker in litigation in SDNY regarding allegations of trade secret misappropriation and breach of non-disclosure agreement where, at the conclusion of expert discovery, plaintiff voluntarily dismissed its claims with prejudice.
  • Represented Kancor Ingredients, Ltd. against allegations of trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract in the Eastern District of Virginia resulting in a complete defensive summary judgment victory for Kancor.
  • Represented Flatiron Health in a trade secret and non-compete dispute in SDNY.
  • Represented a silicon valley tech company in a confidential investigation and negotiations relating to alleged unauthorized access and misappropriation of trade secret from a competitor’s platform.

State AG and Other Litigations:

  • Represented the State of Minnesota as plaintiff counsel in a natural resource damages litigation resulting in $850 million settlement; managing a large team of attorneys and close participation in the development and implementation of litigation strategy.
  • Represented BP in multidistrict litigation of claims allegedly arising under the Oil Pollution Act in the Eastern District of Louisiana, in which the district court dismissed all plaintiffs’ claims.
  • Represented Johnson & Johnson in multi-State litigation brought by State Attorneys General regarding marketing and advertising of surgical mesh.

Previous Experience

  • Nortel Networks, Systems Engineer (2006-2007)
  • The Los Angeles Business Journal, Minority Leaders of Influence: Attorneys” (2021)
  • The Patent Law Review, Thompson Reuters (West), selected Mr. Mojibi’s law review article, "An Empirical Study of the Effect of KSR v. Teleflex on the Federal Circuit’s Patent Validity Jurisprudence," 20 ALB. L.J. OF SCI. & TECH. 559 (2010), as “one of the best law review articles related to patent law published [in 2010].”