Intellectual Property Litigator Named to Bay Area’s Prestigious Women of Influence List

May 11, 2017
Silicon Valley Business Journal
Partner Julie Holloway selected for Silicon Valley Business Journal's annual honor roll.

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, intellectual property litigator Julie Holloway earned the Silicon Valley Business Journal's coveted Women of Influence honor.

Each year, the Silicon Valley Business Journal seeks “women with a strong record of innovation in their fields, outstanding performance in their businesses and a clear track record of meaningful community involvement.” The publication states: “we're looking for women from every industry and profession — women who have made a difference in their communities, blazed a trail for the rest of us and are leaving a mark in Silicon Valley.”

Among a highly competitive pool of nominees, Holloway stood out for pioneering a new, dual-track approach to the field of intellectual property law and transformed the game when it comes to a vitally important legal challenge most technology companies must face in order to continue to innovate – the protection of IP rights. Additionally, with nearly 20 years of extensive trial work, coupled with in-field experience garnered from her pre-law career as an electrical engineer, Silicon Valley Business Journal understood that Holloway has established herself as one of only a handful of attorneys in the country who combines real-world legal and technical acumen.