John B. Sganga, Jr.
is a partner in our Orange County office, where his practice focuses on
the litigation of patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret
disputes. Mr. Sganga has litigated numerous cases through all phases of
pre-trial proceedings, trial, and appeal. He has handled both bench and
jury trials, arbitrations, and proceedings before the United States
International Trade Commission. His litigation experience relates to a
wide variety of technologies and brands relating to medical and dental
devices, software, computer hardware, telecommunications products,
construction products, engine technology, semiconductor processing
equipment, food and beverage products, apparel and cosmetics.
Mr. Sganga has been published and has lectured extensively
on intellectual property litigation issues. He currently is an adjunct
professor at the Chapman University School of Law, teaching a course in
patent litigation. He co-authors the Thomson Reuters treatise,
“Pre-Litigation Patent Enforcement.” Mr. Sganga’s article “Direct
Molding Statutes: Potent Weapons, But Are They Constitutional?” was
published in the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society, for
which he was given the Rossman Award by the Patent and Trademark Office
Society. Mr. Sganga has lectured on Intellectual Property Law issues
for CEB, PLI, IPO, ACC-SoCal and various bar associations.