We protect the privacy of our clients, and exercise discretion in dealing with their legal matters. The vast majority of TLG transactions contain restrictions on publicity, and we have a policy against comments to the press regarding pending litigation. We do not issue press releases or invite attention regarding client engagements.

Below are links to articles and video for examples of transactions in which the clients permitted publicity and were extensively covered in the national and international press. In each transaction, a TLG attorney represented the Fortune 500 or S&P 500 technology company referenced.

As featured in "International Business Times"
As featured in "Advertising Age"
As featured in "The New York Times"
As featured on "CNET.com"

Reportedly the largest heist in the history of the Silicon Valley occurred when a heavily-armed gang of 12-15 men invaded a Fremont technology company and stole an estimated $37 million worth of memory chips. We represented the Company with respect to strategic legal issues arising from the incident.
Video - $37 Million Chip Heist Ends in Arrests
Article - Five Men Arrested in Chip Theft
San Jose: Authorities Announce Arrests In Unigen Chip Robbery
In one of the few local M&A transactions completed at the depth of the recent recession, TLG represented the acquired business, now a subsidiary of the S&P 500 Company identified.
All Chemical Disposal, Inc.: Private Company Information

Patent litigation involving smartphone payment technology. TLG represented the Fortune 500 coffee company identified in the articles.
Trademark litigation involving the unusual and legally significant issue of sound as an alleged mark. We represented the Company featured in the article.
An example of alleged non-authorized brand litigation, which frequently involves retail businesses rather than manufacturers or importers. In this matter, TLG defended the owner, who had purchased an established clothing store in an upscale mall, against trademark and copyright litigation commenced immediately after a seizure.
Complex patent litigation involving cloud storage technology venued in the Eastern District of Texas in which TLG represented one of the Defendants.
Recent patent infringement/false marking suits filed in the Eastern District of Texas
Complex patent litigation involving semiconductor control circuit technology venued in the Eastern District of Texas in which TLG represented one of the Defendants.
Ring Technology Enterprises of Texas, LLC v. Add-On Computer Peripherals, LLC et al
Subsequent to the highly-publicized funding by the State of Missouri, and launch described, the Company was sued over alleged trade secret issues. TLG defended the Company, and its founder, against claims brought by an alleged competitor and former employer of the founder.
Nixon floats loan to Wi-Fi Sensors
The TLG underlying matter is a franchisee de-identification case. Subsequent coverage litigation, in which the client franchisee is represented by a policyholder coverage firm, confirms the potential for insurance coverage and duty to defend in this franchisor v. franchisee intellectual property litigation. The matter has been closely followed and reported on.
Order Denying Tower's Motion for Summary Judgment - December 15, 2011
Real estate litigation in which TLG represented the owners of the down-slope apartment buildings, club and other affected businesses. The Telegraph Hill landslide made national news and was the lead story on most Bay Area stations for several days. In the first link below (“San Francisco landslide displaces residents”), a video of the incident featured on a nationwide news broadcast appears at the bottom of the page.
San Francisco landslide displaces residents
North Beach landslide forces evacuations / Seven buildings red-tagged; hillside deemed stable -- for now
Video: Telegraph Hill
Order Re Summary Judgment – DLD v. EPIWORKS, JDS UniPhase. Lawsuit for alleged interference with contract and prospective economic advantage. TLG represented the S&P 500 technology company referenced in the order granting summary judgment in favor of our client.
  Order Re Summary Judgment – DLD v. EPIWORKS, JDS UniPhase