Clark S. Stone is a California attorney focusing on general litigation and other disputes for high tech clients and startup companies relating to patents, trademarks, Internet privacy, online impersonation and harassment, trade secrets, product counterfeiting, and attorney-client fee disputes.
He has handled cases involving semiconductor devices, semiconductor manufacturing processes and equipment, electronic circuitry, global positioning systems, cellular handsets, patent licenses, commercial contracts, medical devices, online trademark issues, product counterfeiting, contractual indemnity, software, electronic mail, mobile payments, and trade secrets misappropriation.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mr. Stone worked in both technical and managerial positions for various semiconductor manufacturing equipment companies, including Applied Materials, Inc., and Novellus Systems, Inc.
Mr. Stone obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Santa Clara University School of Law in 1998 and is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in California. A past president of the Santa Clara County Bar Association (2007), Mr. Stone has served as a volunteer arbitrator for the Santa Clara County Bar Association’s Attorney-Client Fee Dispute Arbitration program since 2002, and also serves as an attorney-client fee arbitrator for the State Bar of California and the Santa Clara County Bar Association's Mandatory Fee Arbitration programs and as a Civil Early Settlement Conference (CESC) neutral for the Santa Clara County Superior Court.
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