ITC Investigation No. 337-TA-1154: Served as case manager and trial second-chair for respondent. Obtained Final Determination victory of non-infringement and invalidity.
ITC Investigation Nos. 337-TA-1136 and -1134: Represented medical device manufacturer in ITC investigation filed by its competitor and filed a parallel ITC investigation against the competitor in response. Argued claim construction hearing, after which the competitor agreed to end its years’ long global litigation against the client as part of a global resolution without payment.
ITC Investigation No. 337-TA-1022: Served as lead on economic domestic industry and electronic discovery for medical device respondent client. Obtained motion victory on the ITC’s economic domestic industry requirement, resulting in case dismissal victory three days before trial was scheduled to begin.
ITC Investigation No. 337-TA-934: Represented complainant in wireless telecom patent litigation.
One-E-Way v. ITC (Federal Circuit): Represented Appellant-Complainant in appeal of ITC determination of patent indefiniteness. Obtained precedential reversal and remand, resulting in the case resolution through favorable settlements.
PrinterOn v. BreezyPrint (S.D. Tex.): Defended startup whose cloud-based mobile printing app was accused by competitor of infringing four patents. Filed early motions for summary judgment of non-infringement before the start of claim construction. Argued two-day hearing and obtained early victory of summary judgment of non-infringement on all four patents.
Intellisoft v. Toshiba (N.D. Cal.): Defended Toshiba against claims of trade secret misappropriation related to memory state technology where plaintiff sought over $100M damages. Obtained complete defensive victory on summary judgment.
Sprengel v. Mohr (C.D. Cal.): Served as second-chair in copyright authorship trial. Obtained authorship victory securing exclusive future rights to valuable medical book.
Nomadix v. HP et al., Nomadix v. Guest-Tek, Nomadix v. SolutionInc, and Nomadix v. Second Rule (C.D. Cal.): Represented networking equipment manufacturer in litigation against competitors regarding TCP/IP networking technologies. Obtained favorable settlements, some after over 4 years of litigation.
KPN v. TCL (D. Del.): Defended TCL in patent dispute regarding network session management. Obtained favorable settlement.
Alex is the Best v. TCL (D. Del.): Defended TCL in patent dispute regarding network connection management and image uploading. Obtained favorable settlement.
IPA Technologies v. TCL (D. Del.): Defended TCL in patent dispute regarding speech assistant software. Filed motion to dismiss under Section 101 and obtained favorable settlement quickly thereafter before motion was heard.
Bigfoot v. Snapchat (PTAB): Successfully defended Snapchat’s ownership of patent regarding video capture in interference dispute.
Uretek v. EagleLIFT (S.D. Tex.): Defended infrastructure construction client in trade secret, trademark, and antitrust litigation. Obtained favorable settlement.
Defended software client against claims of trademark infringement. Obtained dismissals of complaint, first amended complaint, and second amended complaint, ending the case.
Represented software client in asserting claims for trade secret misappropriation, computer fraud and abuse, copyright infringement, circumvention of copyright protection system, trademark infringement, and false advertising against competitor. Secured competitor’s agreement to stop all actions at issue.
Defended client in software licensing dispute and audit initiated by Oracle, where Oracle alleged over $17M in license underpayment. Resolved dispute with client paying Oracle nothing.
Performed diligence on large 4G patent portfolio for major smartphone manufacturer interested in its purchase for eight figures.