PCT International, Inc. v. Holland Electronics, LLC (D. Ariz. No. 12-cv-01797): Represented privately owned telecommunications company in patent infringement case litigated in the District of Arizona against competitor company. Asserted infringement of patent claiming an improved coaxial cable end connector. Second-chaired four-week-long jury trial resulting in reasonable royalty award, finding of infringement by 60 products, and permanent injunction against said 60 products. Verdict was summarily affirmed by the Federal Circuit (Dkt. No. 16-1061).
Represented Fortune 100 retailer against patent infringement claims filed in the Eastern District of Texas. The plaintiff alleged infringement of two patents, and sought more than $125 million in damages. The case settled three days prior to a jury trial on infringement, after separate trials on invalidity and inequitable conduct. In total, the litigation spanned more than three years and involved numerous issues unique to the prepaid card industry.
Edge Capture L.L.C. et al. v. Barclays Bank PLC, et al. (N.D. Ill. No. 09-cv-1521): Represented independent software vendor in the Northern District of Illinois in patent infringement matter involving automated trading technology. The claims against all defendants were resolved successfully before trial.
Spine Solutions, Inc. v. Medtronic Sofamor Danek, Inc., et al. (W.D. Tenn. No. 07-cv-2175): Represented defendant Medtronic in the Western District of Tennessee against infringement allegations filed by Spine Solutions related to Medtronic's artificial lumbar discs. After trial and appeal, the Federal Circuit remanded back to the district court for resolution of damages issues. The matter resolved successfully before the second trial.