Harold’s practice focuses on intellectual property and patent litigation. He has experience in a broad range of technology areas.
Prior to joining the firm, Harold worked as an associate in the IP Litigation Group at a global law firm in New York. He focused primarily on patent litigation with an emphasis on technical subject matter in computing and software.
During law school, Harold served as notes editor to the Annual Survey of American Law and as a legal volunteer at a nonprofit digital library in San Francisco. In addition, as a research assistant to two professors at the law school, he researched and drafted memoranda on technology-related topics.
Earlier, Harold worked as a software development engineer, designing and developing infrastructure software used to support millions of users.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Harold S. Laidlaw