Caleb H. Hogan


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Caleb Hogan is a senior litigation attorney in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Group and focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation. He represents clients in a wide range of matters including antitrust matters, business and contract disputes, and investigations. Caleb’s involvement in litigation matters covers all aspects of a case from the initial investigation and pre-suit diligence to the filing of pleadings, the conduct of fact and expert discovery, depositions, motion practice and trial.

Prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims, Caleb was an associate in the Boston office of an AmLaw 200 firm where he represented clients in U.S. district court actions, patent-based Section 337 investigations before the U.S. International Trade Commission, and international arbitration.  Caleb’s experience also includes advising companies on intellectual property rights and drafting patent infringement contentions, claim charts, and invalidity contentions. Caleb has litigated matters involving diverse technologies, including medical devices, light emitting diodes, microprocessors and integrated circuits, optical disc drives, gas-to-liquid hydrocarbon synthesis, and measurement-while-drilling/logging-while-drilling systems.


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