Not just any lawyer can be an IP litigator. Explaining complex intellectual property takes lawyers who know the science and technology, as well as the law, and have the trial skills to convince judges and juries of the correctness of your position. This is the strength our IP litigation team brings to your case.

  • Cheese Systems, Inc. v. Tetra Pak Cheese and Powder Systems, Inc. (W.D. Wisc.) [represented patent owner; obtained summary judgment of infringement and invalidated, case settled favorably during presentation of Plaintiff’s damages and willfulness case at trial]

  • Ethox Chemicals, LLC v. The Coca-Cola Co., (D.S.C.)[represented Ethox Chemicals regarding certain inventions that were allegedly wrongfully taken and used to obtain patent protection resulting in trial judge deciding in favor of Ethox to correct inventorship by adding co-inventor.

  • In Ren Judkins v. HT Window Fashions Corp., (W.D. Pa.)[obtained jury verdict of willful infringement of a patent directed to double cell cellular shades and a permanent injunction against the willful infringer; prevailed on Federal Circuit appeal]

  • Concordia Pharmaceuticals Inc. v. Method Pharmaceuticals, LLC (W.D. Va.)[obtained jury verdict for false advertising under the Lanham Act]

  • R+L Carriers, Inc. v. Pitt Ohio Express, Inc. (S.D.Ohio) [obtained a summary judgment decision and an award of attorney fees for client Pitt Ohio Express in patent infringement case and secured affirmances from the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit for both decisions]

  • In the Matter of Certain Agricultural Machines, No. 337-TA-487 (US ITC) [represented Deere & Company in matter involving "gray market" and other imported goods infringing Deere's famous green and yellow trademarks and JOHN DEERE trademark; prevailed at trial and on Federal Circuit appeal]

  • Silicon Graphics, Inc. v. ATI Technologies, et al., (W.D. Wisc.) [obtained jury verdict for patent holder of computer graphics technology].

  • Emergis Technologies, Inc. v. Otter Tail Corporation, (D. Minn.) [obtained summary judgment decision of noninfringement for defendant in a case involving a patent related to electronic invoicing and payment systems; decision upheld on appeal].

  • In re Brimonidine Patent Litigation, (D. Del.)[represented Exela PharmSci., Inc. in a patent infringement action under the Hatch-Waxman Act brought by Allergan regarding brimonidine tartrate, used to reduce intra-ocular pressure of the eye associated with glaucoma]