Examples of Defending Clients in Patent Cases
Representing corporation engaged in rapid prototyping against patent infringement charges filed by subsidiary of major tire company before the U.S. District Court in Milwaukee. Secured summary judgment ruling defeating the infringement charges; prosecuted antitrust counterclaims against illegal “tying” arrangement, securing a favorable settlement for client.
Assumed (mid-course in the case) defense of Wisconsin company accused of patent infringement and false advertising before the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. Gathered evidence showing invalidity of the patents, moved for summary judgment of invalidity, and secured ruling freeing client’s products to continue free from attack or burden.
Representing defendant before the federal court in Madison in contentious infringement case dealing with microprocessor-based electro-mechanical dispensers. Developed demonstrative evidence establishing that the accused product operates outside claims of the opponent’s patent – leading to successful resolution, freeing client to continue with its electro-mechanical dispensers.
Defending maker of patented subdural strip electrodes for epilepsy brain-mapping in declaratory judgment lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Minnesota brought by competitor seeking to invalidate client’s patent; the invalidity claim was defeated. Filed infringement counterclaim against competitor and secured permanent injunction, ending the competitor’s infringement.
Representing corporate defendant before the federal court in Milwaukee in infringement case involving flowmeters. Secured stay-of-proceedings based on evidence and thereafter uncovered invalidity evidence against plaintiff’s patent that led to full dismissal of the case.
Defending corporation against infringement accusations in the U.S. District Court in Chicago in case involving patent on epoxy paint formulation. Uncovered and developed evidence of patent invalidity, allowing client to continue manufacture and sale of the accused product.