Aaron Macris is an associate in the Boston office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation Practice.
Mr. Macris litigates intellectual property disputes across venues, including federal district courts, the International Trade Commission (ITC), the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), and the Federal Circuit. Mr. Macris has extensive experience representing technology companies in a wide range of fields, including microprocessors, smartphones, cable television, wireless communications, and medical devices. Mr. Macris has extensive experience drafting dispositive motions, Daubert motions, claim construction briefs, and discovery motions; has deposed fact and expert witnesses as first-chair attorney in high-stakes matters; has supported numerous other depositions as second-chair attorney in various intellectual property matters; and has successfully argued discovery and evidentiary motions in court.
Mr. Macris clerked for Judge Cheryl Ann Krause of the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Mr. Macris earned his JD from Columbia Law School, where he was an Essays & Reviews Editor for the Columbia Law Review, was awarded the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Prize for earning highest academic honors all three years of law school, was awarded the Richard J. Lipson and Paul S. Lipson Prize (given annually to top students in the subject of contracts), was a James Kent Scholar, and won the Best Brief award in the Harlan Fiske Stone Honors Moot Court competition.