Gary Hood is an effective, practical trial lawyer. His clients count on him to determine, early in a case, what is at the heart of the dispute, and how to win. His 20 years of courtroom experience trying cases involving a range of legal issues have given Gary perspective and insight on judge and jury persuasion, for which clients seek him out. This experience has enabled him to develop a unique case preparation method that identifies strategic direction early, which Gary uses to lead his teams efficiently and effectively.
Gary views the conventional "no stone unturned" approach that many employ in complex patent cases as inefficient and often ineffective. In contrast, Gary’s approach is targeted and direct – he firmly believes that the key to success is strategic and detailed early case evaluation, coupled with relentless focus on identified objectives.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Gary E. Hood