Powerhouse Litigator Matt Poppe’s Move from Orrick to Rimon Covered by The Recorder and Law360
News Matthew Poppe · July 25, 2017
Mr. Poppe, who had a long career at Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, discussed his decision to move from a Partner position at Orrick to Rimon with Law360 and The Recorder. “[Rimon is] a terrific platform,” he said. “It’s rapidly growing, but in particular locations like San Francisco and Palo Alto it’s still a pretty small cohesive group of people, and that has that energy and dynamism I was looking for.”
The fact that Rimon offers both a meeting space and the possibility to work remotely, that lawyers can work with clients in a more flexible way, and that Rimon has low overhead with a transparent pay structure, were among the factors that attracted him to the firm.
Matt Poppe is a partner in the Intellectual Property and Commercial Litigation groups. His litigation experience spans a wide range of patent, other intellectual property, and commercial cases. Key clients include Varian Medical Systems, EMC (now part of Dell), eBay, Baidu, and Brocade. He has also represented a variety of Asia-based clients in U.S. litigation arising out of troubled business relationships.
In patent litigation, Matt focuses on technologies related to computer networks, data storage, software, medical devices, and semiconductors. In other IP cases, Matt has substantial experience with trade secret, copyright, and trademark litigation. Outside of IP, Matt has handled breach of contract, fraud, consumer class action, and many other types of commercial claims. Read Matt’s complete background here