Monster Energy Company v. Integrated Supply Network LLC, Case No. 5:17-cv-00548 (C.D. Cal. 2018). Represented plaintiff Monster Energy Company in a trademark infringment action in the Central District of California related to Monster Energy's trademarks and trade dress. Obtained a $5 million jury verdict in favor of our client.
Sweet People Apparel, Inc. v. ITC Girl, LLC, Case No. CV-12-7995 (C.D. Cal. 2013). Represented defendant ITC Girl in trademark and copyright infringement action in the Central District of California relating to designs on the back pockets of Plaintiff’s jeanswear products. After preparing and serving multiple expert reports achieved favorable case-dispositive settlement for client.
Nautilus Neurosciences, Inc., et al. v. Wockhardt USA LLC, et al., Case Nos. 2:11-cv-1197, 2:12-cv-1243, 2013 WL 775750 (D.N.J. 2013). Represented defendant Wockhardt in patent infringement action in the District of New Jersey on patents relating to diclofenac potassium (active ingredient in Nautilus’s CAMBIA® product). After a Markman hearing the District Court adopted Wockhardt’s construction of a critical disputed claim term which led to a favorable settlement for Wockhardt.
Purdue Pharma, L.P. et al. v. Ranbaxy Inc., et al., Case Nos. 10-civ-3734, 11-civ-2401 and 11-civ-7104 (S.D.N.Y. 2013). Represented the Ranbaxy defendants in a patent infringement action in the Southern District of New York on patents relating to oxycodone (the active ingredient in Purdue’s Oxycontin® product). Achieved favorable case-dispositive settlement for client.
Alza Corp. et al. v. Kremers Urban LLC et al. 1:10-cv-0023 (D. Del. 2011). Represented defendants in patent-infringement action in the District of Delaware on a method patent relating to the use of methylphenidate (the active ingredient in Alza’s Concerta® product). Achieved favorable case-dispositive settlement for client.
Kinetic Concepts, Inc. v. Smith & Nephew, Inc. (W.D Tex. 2010). Represented defendant Smith & Nephew in case involving patents relating to negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT). Successfully obtained judgment that KCI patents were invalid for obviousness.
Kinetic Concepts, Inc. v. Smith & Nephew, Inc. (W.D Tex. 2009). Successfully represented Smith & Nephew in opposing motion for preliminary injunction based on alleged infringement of patents relating to negative pressure wound therapy.
Salix Pharm. v. Novel Lab. et al., 3:08-cv-4628 (2008). Represented Salix Pharmaceuticals in a patent-infringement action relating to Salix’s OsmoPrep® product. The Knobbe Martens team achieved a favorable case-dispositive settlement for Salix.