Neutrik AG v. ADJ Products LLC and Seetronic Ningbo Co. Ltd et al. Represent ADJ and Seetronic involving patents directed to data cable connectors for multichannel cable end plug. Case No. 2:19-CV-09937-JAK (C.D. Cal.).
Goobich v. Excelligence Learning Corporation. Represent plaintiff Joel Goobich in dispute over trade secret misappropriation and unpaid royalties for paint formulas that Mr. Goobich created. Case No. 19-cv-06771-EJD (N.D. Cal.)
Infinera Corp. v Core Optical Technologies, LLC. Successfully represented Patent Owner in Inter Partes Review proceeding at the PTAB and obtained a favorable decision denying institution on all grounds raised by Petitioner (IPR2018-01259, Paper 9, January 14, 2019).
Collective Minds Gaming Co. Ltd. v. Ironburg Inventions, Ltd. Represented Patent Owner in four Inter Partes Review proceedings at the PTAB in connection with four U.S. Patents (IPR2018-00354, IPR2018-00355, IPR2018-00356, and IPR2018-00357), which led to a favorable settlement.
Valve Corporation v. Ironburg Inventions, Ltd. Represented Patent Owner in six Inter Partes Review proceedings at the PTAB in connection with four U.S. Patents (IPR2016-00948, IPR2016-00949, IPR2017-00136, IPR2017-00137, IPR2017-00858, and IPR2017-01928), including related Appeals to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (Appeal Nos. 2018-1432, -1731, -1783).
Core Optical Technologies, LLC v. Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc. Represented plaintiff Core Optical in a patent infringement action involving optical communications, which led to favorable settlement terms. Case No. 8:16-CV-00437-AG-JPR (C.D. Cal. 2015).
Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc. v Core Optical Technologies, LLC. Successfully represented Patent Owner in Inter Partes Review proceeding at the PTAB and obtained a favorable decision denying institution on all grounds raised by Petitioner (IPR2016-01618, Paper 13, January 31, 2017).
Zenith et al. v. Sceptre, Inc. Represented Sceptre involving patents directed to television tuners and decoders, and countersuing for antitrust violations for monopolizing allegedly ATSC standard essential patents and colluding to license them at unreasonable royalty rates in breach of their fair, reasonable and nondiscriminatory obligations. Case No. LA CV14-05150 JAK (AJWx) (C.D. Cal. 2015).
Meggitt (Orange County) et al. v. Nie Yongzhong and Xiamen Niell Electronics Co. Ltd. Represented Meggitt in a case involving trade secret misappropriation and false advertising. Obtained a six-figure sanctions award against the defendants for discovery abuses, including dismissal of the defendants’ key affirmative defense, which led to favorable settlement terms. Case No. SACV 13-0239 DOC (DFMx) (C.D. Cal. 2015).
AngioScore, Inc. v. TriReme Medical, Inc. Represented AngioScore in a two-patent litigation involving angioplasty balloon catheters and methods for performing angioplasty in a blood vessel. Case No. 4:2012cv03393 (N.D. Cal. 2014).
Avocent Redmond Corp. v. Belkin International, Inc., et al. Represented Belkin in a four-patent litigation relating to computer interconnection systems. Case No. 2:12-cv-01342-RSM (W.D. Wash. 2012).
Bird-B-Gone, Inc. v. Bird Barrier America, Inc. Represented Bird Barrier America, accused of infringing a patent directed to devices for deterring birds from landing or perching on a surface. Case No. SACV12-00178 AG (RNBx) (C.D. Cal. 2013).
In the matter of Certain Electronic Devices Having a Retractable USB Connector. Represented Olympus Corp. and Olympus Corp. of the Americas, accused of infringing a patent directed to retractable USB connectors, at the U.S. International Trade Commission. Inv. No. 337-TA-843 (USITC 2012).
Synthes (USA) et al. v. Spinal Kinetics, Inc. Represented Spinal Kinetics in seven cases, in the United States and in Germany, involving patents directed to intervertebral spinal implants, and obtained a jury verdict in the United States of invalidity and noninfringement, which was affirmed by the Federal Circuit, and likewise obtained a favorable noninfringement decision of the German counterpart. Case No. 5:09-CV-01201 RMW (N.D. Cal. 2011-13) and Case No. 2013-1047, -1059 (Fed. Cir. 2013), among others.