Joshua Landau is the Patent Counsel at the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA), where he represents and advises the association regarding patent issues.  Mr. Landau joined CCIA from WilmerHale in 2017, where he represented clients in patent litigation, counseling, and prosecution, including trials in both district courts and before the PTAB.

Prior to his time at WilmerHale, Mr. Landau was a Legal Fellow on Senator Al Franken’s Judiciary staff, focusing on privacy and technology issues.  Mr. Landau received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and his B.S.E.E. from the University of Michigan.  Before law school, he spent several years as an automotive engineer, during which time he co-invented technology leading to U.S. Patent No. 6,934,140.

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Yet Another Private Equity NPE at the ITC

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Albright Names NPE Lawyer As New Magistrate Judge For Waco

With the transformation of his Waco courtroom into the venue for more than 25% of all patent cases in the United States, Judge Albright can’t keep up with all the business he’s “drummed up” fo...

The Pat-Signal Is Going Dark—Senator Leahy Won’t Seek Re-Election

Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) has announced that he won’t be seeking re-election to the Senate for a ninth term.  First elected in 1974, Senator Leahy has spent nearly 50 years in the Senate, focuse...

Sens. Leahy and Tillis to Chief Justice Roberts: Something’s Up In Waco

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s IP Subcommittee had an active day yesterday with members sending out a pair of letters that suggest that they see some serious problems in the patent system. The ...

Widespread Support for IEEE 2015 Patent Policy

In 2015, the IEEE made changes to its Patent Policy for standard-essential patents (SEPs).  Among other things, that policy strongly disfavored seeking injunctive relief for SEPs because injuncti...

Arthrex, Mobility Workx, and Director Review at Institution

There’s been a fair amount of discussion regarding Judge Newman’s dissent in last week’s Mobility Workx case.  In Mobility Workx, a divided panel of the Federal Circuit rejected a variety o...

Leahy and Cornyn Introduce Bill To Restore The America Invents Act

Yesterday, Senate Judiciary IP Subcommittee Chair Sen. Leahy (D-VT) and committee member Sen. Cornyn (R-TX) introduced the Restoring the America Invents Act (RAIA).  RAIA would roll back changes ...

Fixing The ITC: Bipartisan Advancing America’s Interests Act Reintroduced

A little over a year ago, Reps. DelBene (D-WA) and Schweikert (R-AZ) introduced the Advancing America’s Interests Act (AAIA).  Unfortunately, no action was taken on it in the previous Congress....

Federal Circuit to Judge Albright: You Get An F

In yet another mandamus order directed to the Western District of Texas, the Federal Circuit has once again explained to Judge Albright that his analysis of transfer motions is incorrect and ordered h...

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