Angel Mitchell is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer with a proven track record of success litigating complex patent and trademark cases. She represents clients in complex litigation involving a wide range of technologies such as wearable technologies, telecommunications, digital rights management, gaming, interactive multimedia systems and devices, smart grid technologies, power plant emissions, polymer chemistry, robotics, industrial manufacturing, athletic apparel and navigation technology. She has vast experience in all stages of litigation in federal courts throughout the country, including trials and appeals, as well as coordinating litigation with related proceedings at the United States Patent & Trademark Office. Throughout her career, Angel has successfully represented numerous prominent clients such as one of the world’s largest technology companies, The Coca-Cola Company, Nike, Sprint, Alstom, Cerner Corporation, Leggett & Platt, Ford Motor Company, and Zynga as well as smaller innovators.

Angel enjoys working with clients to understand the unique business interests involved in each case and developing litigation strategies that further those interests. Her creative and strategic approach has resulted in widespread favorable successes for her clients at all stages of litigation—on appeal, at trial, on motions, Markman rulings, and key transfer motions.

Representative Matters

  • High Voltage Beverages, LLC v. The Coca-Cola Company - Won jury verdict of no infringement following a two-week trademark infringement trial, which also included successfully excluding testimony from one of the nation’s leading trademark experts.
  • Electric Power Group, LLC v. Alstom S.A. – Won summary judgment invalidating three patents directed to real-time electric power grid monitoring systems. The decision was affirmed on appeal by the Federal Circuit in a published decision that has already been cited hundreds of times by courts and the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
  • One of the world’s leading technology companies v. Masa LLC – Won PTAB decision invalidating all asserted claims in inter partes review.
  • Ethox Chemical Co., LLC v. The Coca-Cola Company – Following a bench trial, obtained judgment of no damages in a case involving alleged trade secret theft of gas barrier additive technology. The decision was affirmed on appeal by the Federal Circuit.
  • Digital Reg of Tex, LLC v. Zynga, Inc. – Won motion to transfer out of the Eastern District of Texas to the Northern District of California.  Won motion to compel sufficient infringement contentions. Case settled shortly thereafter.
  • Cummings v. Converse – Won summary judgment of invalidity in case involving patented stabilizer athletic shoes.