Lloyd Smith
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Lloyd Smith

IP Litigation Group Co-Chair

Shareholder

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


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


  • Women’s Choice Pharmaceuticals, LLC v. Burel Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (S.D.Miss.) [successfully represented plaintiff on claims of trademark infringement and false advertising and against defendant’s counterclaims for tortious interference]


  • JSDQ Mesh Technologies LLC v. Lazy Days’ R.V. Center Inc. (D.Del.) [represented accused patent infringer; case favorably resolved after claim construction hearing]


  • Ellsworth v. Mission22, (N.D. Ind.) [proudly represented special forces veterans group working against PTSD pro bono against allegations of copyright infringement]


  • 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 appeal]


  • Carl Zeiss Vision Int'l GmbH v. Signet Armorlite, Inc., (S.D. Cal.) [represented patent owner Carl Zeiss Vision against a competitor alleging infringement of a United States patent in covering progressive lens technology]


  • Deere & Co. v. Jaden Kanga Group. (D. S.C.) [represented Deere & Company against alleged infringer of Deere's famous yellow and green trademarks.]


  • AOL v. Advertising.com. (E.D. Va.) [represented owner of domain name accused oftrademark infringement]


  • Capital One v. Drive Financial Services (E.D.Va.) [represented owner of DRIVE trademark for financial services]


  • Precision Financing LLC (“PFL”) v. Khalid (E.D. Va.) [represented owner of PRECISION TUNE trademark]


  • Rembrandt Data Technologies, LP v. AOL, LLC; Cavalier Telephone, LLC, et. al. (E.D.Va.) [represented accused infringer in patent infringementaction involving patents covering analog modem technology]


  • SecureInfo Corp. v. Telos Corp., (E.D.Va) [represented patent owner in a suit pertaining to computer assisted methods for assessing risk to a target computer system]


  • Radlo Foods, LLC v. Born Free, Inc. (D. Del.) [represented owner of BORN FREE trademark]


  • National Fuel Marketing Co. LLC v. National Fuel Gas Co., (M.D.Pa.) [represented large utility company in dispute over NATIONAL FUEL trademark]


  • Bush Brothers & Co., Inc. v. Nash Finch Co., No. 02-1621-SLR (D. Del.) [represented owner of Bush Brother's famous trade dress for Bush's beans]


  • IPPV Enterprises, Inc. v. EchoStar Communications, Inc., (D.Del.) [represented owner of patents related to pay-per-view television]


  • Mueller Sports Medicine, Inc. v Beveridge Marketing LLC, (W.D. Wisc.), [represented defendant accused of infringing patent for under eye light absorbing devices worn by athlete and trademarks]


  • Deere & Co. v. MTD Products, Inc., No. 00-CV-596 (LMM), (S.D.N.Y.) [represented Deere & Co. protecting Deere's famous green and yellow trade dress on outdoor power equipment]


  • RP Technical Services, Inc. v. Severe Paintball, L.C., (S.D. Fla.) [represented defendant againstinfringement accusations against client's trade dress for paintballs]


  • Raising Cane’s v. Fifty Six Hope RoadMusic, (M.D. La.), Cancellation No. [represented owner of ONE LOVE mark for restaurant services against allegations of infringement by song owner]