REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS

  • FAURC v. Acer, et al., (S.D. Fl.) – Defended Acer in patent litigation related to video display technology. Won summary judgment invalidating asserted patents. Affirmed by the Federal Circuit.

  • USEI v. Acer, et. al., (N.D. Cal.) – Defended Acer in patent litigation involving wired ethernet technology. Won dismissal on summary judgment. 

  • Round Rock Research v. Acer, et. al., (D. Del.) – Defended Acer in patent litigation involving display, memory, and bluetooth technology. Settled favorably.

  • St. Clair Intellectual Property v. Acer et. al. (D. Del.) -- Defended Acer in patent litigation involving power management in notebook computers. Settled favorably.

  • Northpeak Wireless v. 3COM Corporation, et. al., (N.D. Cal.) – Defended Acer and Gateway in patent litigation related to wireless technology. Following Markman, plaintiff stipulated to non-infringement.

  • Red Anvil v. TCL Communications, et. al., (E.D. Tex.) – Defended TCL in patent litigation involving data processing technology. Obtained dismissal with prejudice.

  • Dynamic Hosting v. TCT Mobile, et. al., (E.D. Tex.) – Defended TCT Mobile in patent litigation involving cellular messaging technology. Obtained dismissal with prejudice.

  • Innovative Display Technologies v. MiTAC Corp., (E.D. Tex.) – Defended MiTAC in patent litigation involving display technology. Settled favorably.

  • Visteon v. MiTAC Corp., (E.D. Mich.) – Defended MiTAC in patent litigation involving GPS navigation technology. Settled favorably.

  • HSM/TPL v. ProMOS et. al., (D. Del.) – Defended ProMOS in patent litigation involving “fast logic” DRAM technology. Settled favorably.

  • Chrimar System, Inc. v. MOXA Americas Inc., (E.D. Tex.) – Defended MOXA in patent litigation involving ethernet technology. Settled favorably.

PATENT

LITIGATION

Proceedings before U.S. District Court, Patent Trial and Appeals Board, and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Patent litigation is the core of our practice. Our lawyers appear regularly in venues across the nation and have extensive experience litigating every variety of patent dispute -- from bet-the-company competitor battles to nuisance suits by non-practicing entities.  We have spent time on both sides of the court room, representing both patent owners, and corporations accused of infringing patent rights.

Since 2012, a common adjunct to district court litigation is a parallel proceeding before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, either Inter Partes Review or covered business method review.   We have lawyers who are admitted to practice before the PTO and who have represented parties before the PTAB in Inter Partes review proceedings.  We have also counseled clients considering whether to proceed before the PTAB regarding the risks and benefits in so doing.

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