Bradley A. Hyde is an associate in the Orange County office of Latham & Watkins focusing primarily on intellectual property litigation.

Mr. Hyde has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in complex multi-defendant, multi-patent cases and has handled actions pending before federal district courts, the Federal Circuit, the Ninth Circuit, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, and the International Trade Commission.

Mr. Hyde has experience in all stages of litigation, including:

  • Pre-suit infringement and invalidity investigations
  • Managing discovery
  • Claim construction
  • Drafting pretrial submissions and arguing pretrial and evidentiary motions
  • Participating in jury studies and mock trials
  • Witness preparation
  • Fact and expert depositions
  • Preparing expert reports
  • Supporting drafting of trial and appeal briefs

 Mr. Hyde has experience working with a variety of technologies, including:

  • Cardiac monitoring devices
  • Antennas and antenna networks
  • Automated Teller Systems
  • Media content, streaming, and Interactive Program Guides
  • Mobile payment applications
  • LEDs
  • Optics
  • Computer networking and data-mirroring
  • Website translation algorithms
  • Database access protocols
  • E-cigarettes
  • Battery charging systems
  • Hydraulic Fracturing

Prior to joining Latham, Mr. Hyde worked as an electrical engineer and physicist focusing on signal processing, including target acquisition and discrimination algorithms. He also served as an Army Signal Officer in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.

Mr. Hyde’s notable experience includes successfully:

  • Representing a major cable and internet service provider in the International Trade Commission in a three-patent case relating to Interactive Program Guides and streaming services. After a week-long trial, the Administrative Law Judge found two of the patents not infringed and a third patent not infringed in view of a design-around, amounting to a full victory for our client.
  • Representing a major manufacturer of LED devices in a two-patent case relating to optical lenses. After a six-day trial, the jury found both patents valid, infringement was induced, and such infringement was willful. The jury awarded the full amount of damages sought.
  • Representing a cellular provider in the Eastern District of Texas. After favorable claim construction and pre-trial motions in limine, the matter was able to be resolved for a fraction of the damages plaintiff was seeking.
  • Representing a medical device manufacturer in the Eastern District of Michigan and winning a stay in view of pending petitions for Inter Partes Review.
  • Representing a database access software firm in the Eastern District of Texas invalidating plaintiff’s patent for lack of patentable subject matter.
  • Defending an arbitration dispute involving two major hydraulic fracturing entities.
  • Arguing before the Ninth Circuit to overturn an improper reasonable fear determination for a pro bono client. After oral arguments, the Ninth Circuit found in favor of our client, remanding the case back to the Immigration Judge for reconsideration.

Bar Qualification

  • California


  • JD, University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law, 2014
    magna cum laude
  • BS in Electrical Engineering & Physics, University of Alabama, 2006
November 10, 2023 Recognition

Sonenshine Reception Honors Associates

Kevin Homrighausen and Jack Vanderford recognized for outstanding pro bono contributions benefiting the Orange County community.