Mr. Volk is a partner at Hagens Berman where he has worked since 1996.
As a member of the Intellectual Property practice of the firm, Mr. Volk focuses on patent and licensing litigation. In the past he has worked extensively on hotel tax collection cases against a number of major online travel companies (OTCs) including Expedia. The case against Expedia resulted in a summary judgment in favor of the plaintiffs, and an eventual settlement for cash and credits totaling $134 million.
Mr. Volk was extensively involved in the Tobacco Litigation in the late 1990’s. He wrote many of the major briefs on behalf of the states represented by the firm. In addition, he helped research and develop legal theories used in the action, and headed the successful attack on defendants' claims that millions of documents were privileged.
Mr. Volk brings considerable expertise against some of the largest corporations in America, including Bank of America and General Motors, as well as his innovative methods to Hagens Berman’s IP practice.