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    • Julie Holloway
    • May 12, 2017
      Silicon Valley Business Journal
      For her stellar work taking on tech giant Samsung for client NVIDIA in a high-profile patent case, as well as for her dedication to serving her community and fellow Latham colleagues in various leadership roles, IP litigator Julie Holloway earned the Silicon Valley Business Journal's coveted "Women of Influence" honor.
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    • gavel & book
    • August 17, 2016
      Daily Journal
      For steadfastly chipping away at a multi-patent dispute and earning victory for her client NVIDIA, Julie Holloway was named among California's leading intellectual property lawyers.
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    • Legal books
    • June 10, 2016
      The Recorder
      The San Francisco Co-chair of Latham's Litigation & Trial Department shares best practices from the trial trenches on tackling technically complex cases.
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    • Wig & Book
    • March 18, 2016
      Law360
      A Delaware federal judge declined to overrule a jury’s verdict, saying the jury reviewed “substantial evidence” before determining that ZTE Corp. infringed Latham client InterDigital Communications Inc. patents for wireless technology.
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    • April 27, 2015
      Law360
      Microsoft Corp. on Monday suffered a setback in its ongoing battle with Latham client InterDigital Communications Inc. when a U.S. International Trade Commission judge ruled that it infringed two of InterDigital’s patents covering wireless technology with Nokia Corp. patents that Microsoft now owns.
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    • January 30, 2015
      Law360
      The firm’s “stable of veteran IP trial attorneys” honored for high-profile patent case wins and strengths across the practice.
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