Represented Verizon Wireless and Novatel Wireless in obtaining a complete defense jury verdict of no infringement on four asserted patents for defendants Verizon Wireless and Novatel Wireless in a patent infringement matter relating to mobile handoff and relay technology that was successfully transferred by the defendants from Florida to California.
Represents an electronic health records company in enforcing its patent for a remote healthcare management system.
Represented a network communications company before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board in defending the company’s patent against multiple requests for inter partes review.
Represented Intertrust Technologies in its ongoing effort to enforce its basic patents related to data security and digital rights management.
Represented a statutory patent trust both at trial and on appeal in its effort to enforce fundamental patents related to video compression technology.
Defended Teledyne Technologies against charges of patent infringement related to wireless data links between an aircraft and the terminal. Helped achieve a favorable settlement for Teledyne.
Represented Northrop Grumman in its industrywide enforcement of a pioneering patent related to ﬁber optic communications. Helped achieve settlements totaling over $200 million.
Represented a global telecommunications company before the International Trade Commission (ITC) in a patent dispute seeking to enforce patents related to controlling the power transmitted by cell phones. Succeeded in convincing the ITC staff attorney that none of the three asserted patents was infringed and at least one was invalid, which led to a ﬁnal determination of no violation.
Represented Unova, Inc. (now Honeywell) in a series of four cases against a total of 11 of the largest computer companies to enforce Unova’s pioneering patents on the smart battery management technology used in virtually every notebook computer. After litigating several of the cases to the eve of trial, helped secure nine judgments of infringement and validity and settlements totaling more than $200 million.
Represented Intermec Technologies (now Honeywell) in its enforcement of foundational patents related to radio frequency identiﬁcation technology (RFID) against Symbol Technologies. Case settled after Markman brieﬁng on very favorable terms for Intermec.
Represented small company Celeritas against giant Rockwell in a case for patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract on technology related to the cellular transmission of data over the analog cellular phone system. Obtained a jury verdict on all three counts in favor of Celeritas, which was afﬁrmed on appeal, resulting in ultimate payment to Celeritas of over $60 million.