Chaz De La Garza has a demonstrated his record of success in jury and bench trials in State and Federal Court, having tried to verdict patent, trade secret, copyright, trademark, unfair competition, departing employee and related contract disputes.
Mr. De La Garza has experience trying both jury and bench trials including a wide range of issues and technologies. He has handled patent and trade secret cases involving fertilizer, heart pacemakers, micro-coded microprocessors, horizontal directional drilling methods, semiconductors, semiconductor processing technology, offshore mooring systems and spiral conveyor steam cookers.
Trademark and unfair competition cases have included those involving false statements about Intel’s 287 math coprocessors, alleged trade dress rights in Pebble Beach’s golf holes, and the Toys “R” Us Trademark. Mr. De La Garza has also handled copyright infringement and contract cases involving Intel’s microcode. Mr. De La Garza’s appellate experience includes arguments to the United States Courts of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and Texas State Courts of Appeals.