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David H. Hollander

Special Counsel

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David is an intellectual property attorney who focuses his practice on International Trade Commission matters, including patent litigation, unfair trade investigations, Section 337 cases, and appeals. He draws on more than two decades of ITC experience, including in private practice and as a staff attorney, to represent both complainants and respondents. His clients range from small companies to large multinational corporations, including in the technology sector and automotive industry.

David has a broad spectrum of experience with complex ITC investigations involving a variety of allegations, including matters relating to the evolving "domestic industry" requirement. His practice also encompasses post-investigation enforcement proceedings and appeals from the ITC to the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. 

Prior to joining Mintz, David served as counsel to a firm that specializes in ITC matters. Earlier, he spent more than six years as an investigative attorney in the Office of Unfair Import Investigations at the ITC, where he developed extensive knowledge of the procedural and substantive nuances of Section 337 practice.

In addition to his practice, David is an adjunct faculty member of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, where he teaches a course in Business Law. He is also an editor and contributing author to an American Bar Association book entitled "A Lawyer’s Guide to Section 337 Investigations Before the U.S. International Trade Commission," now in its 4th edition.

Recognition & Awards

  • Ranked by Patexia among Best Performing ITC Attorneys overall (2023)

  • Ranked by Patexia among the Most Active ITC Attorneys Representing Complainants (2023)

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  • Member, American Bar Association
  • President, ITC Trial Lawyers Association
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