Mr. Gosma's practice focuses on high-stakes intellectual property litigation, particularly in the United States International Trade Commission. Since 2010, Mr. Gosma has represented clients in numerous ITC Investigations, as well as important matters in federal and state court. Mr. Gosma enjoys digging into, mastering, and, ultimately, distilling complex technology. His cases have crossed a wide array of technology areas, including cellular telecommunications, microprocessor design, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, cryptocurrency and more. 

Mr. Gosma is also a member of the firm's copyright and trademark and Eastern District of Texas litigation working groups.

Mr. Gosma’s pro bono practice focuses on representing the most vulnerable members of our communities: children and older individuals. 


Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Gosma served as a pro se judicial extern for the Honorable Claudia Wilken and the Honorable Saundra B. Armstrong of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. While there, he conducted independent legal research on constitutional issues raised in pro se prisoner habeas corpus and civil rights matters and reviewed state court decisions to ensure adherence to the US Constitution and federal law.

While in law school, Mr. Gosma worked as a client advocate at the California Asylum Representation Clinic where he provided representation to a Nepali asylum-seeker through a student-run clinic based at the East Bay Sanctuary Covenant. He was also a teaching assistant for the Written and Oral Advocacy Program at UC Berkeley School of Law.

Recent Highlights

  • Achieved dismissal of an ITC Investigation brought by a non-practicing entity against client-Respondent involving semiconductor manufacturing processes.
  • Attained a reversal at the Federal Circuit in an ITC Investigation for a major garage door manufacturer.
  • Achieved a total victory at the Federal Circuit (on § 101 grounds) in a case involving consumer payment technology.
  • Attained a no-infringement verdict of five patents for a major mobile phone manufacturer in the Eastern District of Texas.
  • Achieved a favorable settlement for a major clothing apparel manufacturer in the Central District of California.
  • Achieved a favorable settlement for a major call-center provider in the District of Nevada.
  • Successfully represented a major mobile phone manufacturer against a competitor in an investigation before the United States International Trade Commission and in two suits in the Northern District of California.
  • Represented four Holocaust survivors in connection with their claims for a ghetto work pension before the Deutsche Rentenversicherung.


  • Selected by peers for inclusion in the 2023 and 2024 edition of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch for intellectual property litigation.
  • Recognized as a "Rising Star" for intellectual property litigation in the 2020–2024 editions of Southern California Super Lawyers.

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  • Education

    • JD, University of California, Berkeley School of Law, 2010

      Supervising Editor, California Law Review; Executive Articles Editor, Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law
    • BS, Political Science, The University of Tennessee, 2007

      magna cum laude
  • Admissions

    • California



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