Takashi “Alex” Hashimoto
Clients turn to Alex for advice and representation on patent prosecution, counseling, IP transactions, technology and patent licensing, and litigation matters.
Alex has more than 17 years of experience, both as in-house and outside counsel, representing clients in the United States and Japan in a wide variety of intellectual property matters. With an extensive understanding of consumer electronics, software and pharmaceuticals, he counsels clients on patent prosecution, product clearance, licensing and litigation matters, case strategies, risk exposure and settlement agreements.
Prior to joining One LLP, Alex was of counsel and associate with some of the top law firms in the world, including Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, DLA Piper, and Hogan Lovells. Alex also has significant in-house experience as Senior Counsel for Panasonic IP Corporation of America in Torrance, CA.
Alex has represented numerous clients for prosecuting patents in various technical areas including, software, mechanical, biotechnology, semiconductor, and medical devices. Examples include e-discovery platforms, olfactory receptor primer sequences, augmented reality, catheters, magneto-rheological dampers, 3D video game processing, online games, enterprise data storage systems, and inkjet printers. He also has experience litigating pharmaceutical and semiconductor cases.
Takashi is bilingual in Japanese and English.
- Represented a large consumer electronics manufacturer in patent infringement matters regarding functionality of digital television sets.
- Advised manufacturers and software developers of components for audio, video and mobile telephone and computing products on patent infringement lawsuits.
- Represented a major international pharmaceutical company in Hatch-Waxman litigation involving a vital compound patent coving an antiulcer drug.
- Advised a leading Japanese pharmaceutical company in a matter involving the company’s basic compound patent for an Alzheimer’s disease drug.
- Represented a major LCD panel manufacturer in a multi-defendant patent infringement case involving LCD panels and methods of manufacture.