Tim Walker focuses on patent and trade secret litigation involving a variety of technologies, including object-oriented software development tools, software for interfacing between object-oriented programs and relational databases, encryption software, computer networking hardware and software, CDMA wireless communications, computer conferencing and collaboration, digital filters, disk drives, computer monitors, semiconductor etching, computer chip packaging, construction techniques, global positioning devices, magnetic storage tape, microfluidic chemical reaction chips, medical imaging devices, and clinical assays. His clients have included the Object People, TecSec, Seagate Technology, Imation, WebGain, UT-Battelle, Lite-On Technology, Microsoft, Novatel Wireless, Spansion, Axis-Shield, and Acer.
Mr. Walker is a member of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and has more than thirty years of experience as a litigator, including first-chair trial and appellate experience as well as all phases of pre-trial work.
Mr. Walker is a regular participant in Stanford Law School’s Advocacy Skills Workshop. He is co-author of “Finding Early and Just Resolution in Patent Cases” published in Patent Management & Strategy (Vol. 3, No. 8, December 2002).