Our patent infringement practice focuses on representing a wide variety of clients in litigation and pre-litigation matters.
Our lawyers have litigated patent cases in courts around the country, including New York, Texas, Delaware, and California.
With our technical backgrounds, we have represented clients in an array of technical areas, including consumer products, medical devices, electronics, software, and mechanical processes. We have developed relationships with technical experts in various areas. And because of our specialty practice, we stay on top of trends and developments in the law – which helps us deliver highly efficient and effective representation.
Our lawyers represented patent owner, Personal Audio in patent enforcement cases in the Eastern District of Texas concerning podcasting technology. Obtained a successful East Texas (Marshall) jury verdict against CBS in which the jury after two hours of deliberations found all claims infringed, valid, and awarded $1.3M in damages against CBS.Personal Audio, LLC v. CBS Corporation, 2:13-cv-270 (E.D. Texas, filed 4/11/2013)
Retained as lead trial counsel less than 3 months before trial. Obtained successful settlement weeks before trial resolving the parties’ dispute. Luxe Link, LLC v. Alexx, Inc., and Sandra Stein, 2:14-cv-8024 (C.D. Cal.).
Convolve, Inc., et al v. Compaq Computer Corp., et al, 1:00-cv-05141 (S.D.N.Y., filed 7/13/2000)— Represented Defendant Seagate against claims of patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation dealing with servo control where the plaintiff has alleged $800 million in damages. The case involved a landmark decision, where the Federal Circuit overturned 24 years of precedent in client’s favor, preserving the attorney-client privilege and abolishing the duty of care standard for defendants on notice of a patent claim.
Dioptics Medical Products — Successfully represented Dioptics in over a dozen cases in both federal district court alleging design patent infringement for fit-over sunglasses and/or trademark infringement and before the Patent Trademark Trial and Appeal Board opposing marks for registration.