Our attorneys understand the importance of patents, trademarks, and copyrights — both to protect innovators, and to preserve freedom of operation.
We represent clients in all aspects of intellectual property litigation, including patent litigation, copyright enforcement, trademark protection, and trade secret disputes.
Our attorneys have the necessary legal and technical expertise to decipher complex technical issues and explain them to judges and juries.
Most of our attorneys have scientific or engineering degrees and significant real-world technical experience.
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Representative Cases & Clients
Callaway Golf Company v. Acushnet Company. Secured non-infringemet victory for Acushnet, after jury found that that the Titleist Pro V1 golf ball, the most popular golf ball in golf history, did not infringe four of Callaway’s patents.
Ericsson v. Apple. Lead counsel for Ericsson in two patent lawsuits involving Apple’s iPhone products. The parties entered a global patent license agreement.
Duckhorn Wine Co. v. Duck Commander. Secured confidential settlement protecting Duckhorn’s trademarks, reputation, and branding.
Harris v. Netgear. Secured settlement in favor of Harris to resolve patent infringement proceedings.
They find the strength in your case, the weakness in the other side’s case, and concentrate on those issues — not the ancillary issues that other lawyers at other firms tend to litigate that result in nothing more than bloated bills.
UPEK, Inc. v. AuthenTec, Inc. Represented AuthenTec in patent infringement case, which resolved with AuthenTec acquiring UPEK.
DuPont Air Products Nanomaterials v. Cabot Microelectronics. Won a jury verdict of non-infringement of all asserted claims on all four patents as lead trial counsel for DA Nano. Verdict affirmed by Federal Circuit.
Rombauer Vineyards v. Creston Vineyards. Won compensatory & punitive damages for common-law trademark claims as second-chair counsel in four-week jury trial.
Duckhorn Wine Co. v. Duck Walk Vineyards. Secured judgment in favor of Duckhorn in proceeding to enforce trademark settlement agreement.
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