Mr. Chatterjee represents companies and individuals at the cutting edge of new and disruptive technologies in their most significant technology disputes. Mr. Chatterjee has led matters for some of Silicon Valley’s most legendary companies in their most significant technology disputes. He has handled groundbreaking cases for Facebook, Oracle, eBay, Apple, NVIDIA, LinkedIn, Logitech, and many others. He defended Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook in the famed Winklevoss case that later served as the inspiration for the Academy Award winning film “The Social Network.” He helped develop and then later defended eBay with respect to its online transaction business model, creating important fundamental law that validated Internet business models related to user generated content. He has prosecuted, defended and tried cases involving global patent litigation for NVIDIA as part of the smartphone patent wars. Through a pro bono engagement, he handled internationally-followed litigation involving civil rights issues for same sex couples related to adoption rights. Most recently, he is representing Anthony Levandowski, the star engineer, at the center of the complex intellectual property dispute between Google/Waymo and Uber related to self-driving car technology.
Mr. Chatterjee serves or has served on the Board of Directors of the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley, the Magistrate Selection Committee for the Northern District of California, the Patent Local Rules Committee and the Federal Practice Program for the Northern District of California. He is also active in the Sedona Conference Patent Litigation section. He founded the Bay Area Diversity Career Fair, one of the most successful diversity career fairs in the U.S. He is also an adviser to Asian Americans Advancing Justice, the Asia Pacific Fund, and the National South Asian Bar Association.