Steve Horowitz is a litigator who identifies creative solutions to complex problems faced by life sciences and technology companies. He is regularly called upon to draft important briefs at every stage of litigation—from preliminary injunctions to merits briefing at the Supreme Court—and to argue critical motions and appeals. Steve has twice been named a “Legal Lion” by Law360 for his work on patent appeals. He is also an experienced trial lawyer, having developed winning trial strategies and prepared and examined key witnesses to tell his clients’ stories. Steve has helped innovators protect groundbreaking therapies in litigation under the Hatch-Waxman Act and the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act, and he has worked closely with clients to use the tools of litigation to bring next-generation technologies to market.
Steve’s cases have involved a wide range of substantive issues—including patent, antitrust, trade secret, copyright, trademark, and breach of contract—in a number of different forums—including district courts, courts of appeals, the Supreme Court, the Patent Office and the International Trade Commission. He has particularly deep experience with patent appeals in the Federal Circuit, regularly arguing and briefing cases across a range of technology areas, including in appeals from both district court proceedings and the Patent Office. What unites Steve’s diverse experiences is a focus on helping clients navigate complex legal challenges so that they can achieve their business goals.