IPR of U.S.Pat. No. 6,222,719. Represented accused infringer in a companion Inter Partes Review. Successfully cancelled all challenged claims. Honeywell International Inc. v. International Controls and Measurements Corp., IPR2014-00219 (subsequently affirmed in International Controls and Measurements Corp. v. Honeywell International Inc., No. 15-1724 (Fed. Cir. March 14, 2016)).
Honeywell v. Marine GPS Industry: Represented Honeywell in a series of patent disputes with several members of the marine GPS industry. The various matters were successfully resolved. Honeywell International Inc. v. Furuno Electric Co. Ltd. et al, No. 0:09-cv-03601-MJD-TNL (D. Minn.).
In re Certain Integrated Circuits and Products Containing the Same: Represented large multinational retailer named as a respondent for an International Trade Commission Investigation regarding several microchip patents. Investigation No. 337-TA-920.
In re Certain GPS Navigation Products, Components Thereof, and Related Software: Represented Honeywell Inc. in the enforcement of a series of patents related to GPS and navigational systems for use in the recreational marine industry before the International Trade Commission against Furuno Electric Co. Negotiated a successful resolution.
Efficient Drivetrains Licensing: Represented Efficient Drivetrains, Inc. in a patent license negotiation with Ford Motor Company.
Efficient Drivetrains v. Toyota: Represented Efficient Drivetrains, Inc. in a dispute with Toyota Motor Corp. regarding a portfolio of fuel-efficient technology patents for hybrid and plug in hybrid vehicles. The dispute was resolved on February 21, 2012 when a confidential agreement was reached, providing Toyota with freedom to operate.
Honeywell v. Apple: Representing Honeywell in patent litigation against the Liquid Crystal Display consumer electronics industry, venued in Delaware. Case was filed in 2004 and to date approximately 85% of the manufacturing industry has taken a license.
Arnette v. Entirely Seamless: Represented trade-secret holder Arnette in an action against Entirely Seamless for use of counterfeit letter of credit, fraudulent letters of reference, and theft of trade secrets in the composition, formulation, manufacture, distribution, and installation of spray-foam insulation systems. Negotiated a successful resolution.
Kardia v. Freeland Systems: Represented software developer Freeland Systems in an action to recover secured assets relating to transfer of copyrighted software, including copyright infringement counterclaims for software source code. Negotiated a successful resolution.
Union Oil Company of California: Represented patentee Unocal in an antitrust action and trial arising from claims of "patent ambush" before the United States of America Federal Trade Commission.