Lauren is a first chair litigator with significant experience in all aspects of complex patent and other intellection property litigation. Lauren’s successes include protecting hundreds of millions of dollars in revenues for market-leading clients whose products and services span a wide array of technologies, including telecommunications, networking, gaming, video systems, medical devices, power systems, consumer electronics and software, and child safety products. Lauren has also represented large companies as a plaintiff’s attorney, securing over $1 billion in jury verdicts and settlements. In addition to her experience in U.S. District Courts, Lauren has successfully represented clients in proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

Representative Matters

In addition to the matters listed here, Lauren has obtained walkaway dismissals for multiple clients, including a Fortune 10 company.

Touchstream Technologies Inc. v Google LLC (W.D.T.X). Served as trial counsel for Touchstream in patent infringement case where the jury returned a verdict of $339 million in damages for Touchstream.

Sprint Communications v. Time Warner Cable (D. Kan.) – Trial counsel for Sprint in multi-patent case where jury found that Time Warner Cable willfully infringed Sprint’s patent claims and awarded Sprint its full damages ask of $139.8 million. This was the second-largest patent verdict in the United States in 2017.

Wonderland Switzerland v. Evenflo (D. Del.) – Took over case midway through expert discovery and served as lead trial counsel for Evenflo in multi-patent jury trial.  

Microgizzmos, Inc. v. Medtronic (D. Del.) – Obtained walkaway dismissal on behalf of Medtronic in patent case relating to capsule endoscopy products.

Infernal Technology v. Activision (N.D. Tex.) – Won summary judgment of non-infringement (upheld on appeal) for Activision in litigation relating to 3D modeling and rendering of lights and shadows.

Infernal Technology v. Epic Games (E.D.N.C.) – Defended Epic Games in litigation relating to 3D modeling and rendering of lights and shadows.

Digital Ally v. Axon (D. Kan.) – Won summary judgment of non-infringement (upheld on appeal) for Axon in patent litigation involving alleged nine-figure damages relating to sensor-based video recording systems. 

Pharmgate v. Zoetis (D. Minn.) – Represented Zoetis in 12-patent litigation asserting infringement claims against Pharmgate relating to PCV2 vaccines; case settled on favorable business terms.


Patent Infringement Damages: The Apportionment Problem, Client Presentation, February 1, 2019.

Effective Strategies for Combating Patent Trolls, Shook Client CLE Presentation, August 1, 2018.

Exceptional Cases Post-Octane: the Exception or the Rule, Shook Client CLE Presentation, September 12, 2016.


Touchstream Technologies Inc. v Google LLC (W.D.T.X).

Time Warner Cable Inc. v. Sprint Communications Co., No. 19-211.

Sprint Communications Co. v. Time Warner Cable Inc., (D. Kan).