Jeff Homrig is a seasoned first-chair trial lawyer who handles complex and high-stakes intellectual property and commercial cases around the country for some of the world’s most innovative technology and life sciences companies. He serves as Vice Chair of Latham’s Intellectual Property Litigation Practice and previously chaired the Silicon Valley and Bay Area Litigation & Trial Departments.
Mr. Homrig represents plaintiffs and defendants in a range of intellectual property disputes, including patent, trade secret, and other commercial matters. He provides pragmatic and practical advice to help clients steer clear of problems when they can, and navigate them safely when they do arise.
Mr. Homrig has a demonstrated ability to translate complex technological issues into core themes that persuade juries. He regularly tries cases across the country, including in state and federal courts in California, Delaware, Texas, and before the International Trade Commission (ITC).
Academic and Public Service
Mr. Homrig is an adjunct lecturer at Berkeley Law, teaching the Patent Litigation II course. He co-authors the Federal Judicial Center’s definitive how-to guide for federal judges on patent litigation, which is now in its third edition.
He served as a deputy district attorney for Santa Clara County in 2007, trying numerous criminal cases to verdict.