Vikram Iyer is an intellectual property litigator, with an emphasis on damages and other related remedies. Mr. Iyer has been a member of multiple trial teams defending billion dollar damages claims. His experience includes cases arising in California State, in Federal Courts across the country, and in Section 337 Investigations before the US International Trade Commission. He is also a member of the firm’s working group analyzing intellectual property lawsuits filed in the Eastern and Western Districts of Texas, two of the most popular forums for patent litigations.

Mr. Iyer’s pro bono practice includes representing clients applying for asylum, facing seizures violating the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment, and seeking to maintain their reproductive rights.

Outside of the office, Mr. Iyer is a member of the Sedona Conference’s Working Groups on Trade Secrets, and on Patent Damages and Remedies. He is also a member of the American and Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Associations.

While pursuing his law degree, Mr. Iyer served as Chief Production Editor of UCLA’s Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs. In addition, he researched domestic civil procedure standards included in the Reporter’s Notes for American Law Institute’s Restatement (Fourth) of Foreign Relations Law: Jurisdiction, volunteered as a student advocate, providing legal assistance to students with disabilities and the local indigent population, and coached UCLA’s undergraduate mock trial team.


  • Selected by peers for inclusion in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch for intellectual property litigation (2023–2024) and commercial litigation (2024)

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  • Education

    • JD, University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law, 2017

      Chief Production Editor, Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs

    • BA, Philosophy, University of California, Los Angeles, 2012

  • Admissions

    • California

  • Languages

    • Tamil



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