Veronica Nauts’ practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, including patent and trademark infringement cases, and commercial litigation, including breach of contract and business torts.
Veronica has presented before the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology as a part of its Law and Tech Speaker Series on a variety of intellectual property topics. She served as a teaching assistant at UC Berkeley School of Law for a class focused on Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) proceedings.
Veronica’s previous experience includes legal internships with the Department of Justice, United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California and the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office.
Veronica regularly speaks on IP issues, including "Disclosing Secrets Under NDA: Are You Protected?," Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, Law and Tech Speaker Series; “Memorializing Inventions for Strong IP: The Use of Laboratory Notebooks to Protect Patent and Trade Secret Rights,” Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, Law and Tech Speaker Series; and “The Story of Invention: Strong Patents Through Good Laboratory Notebook Practices,” Bay Area In-House Med-Tech Association (BAIMA) Seminar.