• Represented a luxury golf equipment company in a bet-the-farm patent infringement case against a sports equipment company in Federal Court in Arizona, and in 18 related IPRs before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. The case involved head-to-head competitors seeking to enforce their respective patents against the other. The case involved the company’s innovative product line that made a substantial impact on the golf industry. The case was favorably settled following over one year of high pace litigation.
  • Representing a global engineering, repair, and logistics company in a patent infringement case against its competitor. This case involves two district court litigations, a Federal Circuit appeal, and two petitions for inter partes review.
  • Act as trial counsel to defend a chemical company in a patent infringement suit. The plaintiff filed a patent infringement suit against our client, asserting several patents. We vigorously denied infringement and are challenging the validity of the patents. The case was recently stayed pending the outcome of a related IPR before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
  • Represented a biotechnology company for over 15 years on a variety of intellectual property matters. These matters have included managing our client's patent prosecution matters, advising on and negotiating various licenses, handling European oppositions and investigating trade secret matters. Recently, we have been preparing for certain inter party matters at the USPTO.
  • Represented a leading Japanese food and chemical corporation in an ITC investigation involving patents on genetically-modified organisms used for the commercial manufacture of feed additives, and in related district court litigation and inter partes review proceedings. The client's patents were ultimately found both not invalid and infringed, and the ITC issued limited exclusion/cease-and-desist orders to halt the respondents' importation and sale of infringing products in the U.S.