Doug Lumish has extensive experience litigating complex patent cases in jurisdictions nationwide. His cases have involved diverse technologies including database software, data caching, virtual memory techniques, camcorders and PC connectivity, internet software distribution, data networking equipment and networking protocols, semiconductor equipment and processes, capillary electrophoresis equipment and processes, PCR equipment and processes, disk drives, cellular technology, biotechnology equipment and processes, medical devices, and analog and digital circuit design. Mr. Lumish has successfully represented industry leading companies in critical patent cases including Oracle Corporation, Cisco Systems, Intel, Matsushita, JVC, Applera, National Semiconductor, Hyperion Solutions, Marimba, and Lawson Software among others.
Mr. Lumish was recognized in 2007 by Chambers USA - Americaâ€™s Leading Lawyers for Business in the field of Intellectual Property: Patent. Mr. Lumish was also recognized by the Silicon Valley Business Journal as one of "40 people to watch" under 40 years old. He has served on the High Technology Advisory Council and High Technology Advisory Board to Santa Clara Universityâ€™s School of Law, and is on the Board of Editors for Patent Strategy & Management, an American Lawyer Media publication. Prior to his legal career, Mr. Lumish was a systems consultant to computer and high technology companies and designed and implemented strategies to automate various business functions, employing a diverse mixture of mainframe, minicomputer, UNIX, and PC technologies.