Chicago Board Options Exchange v. Multiple Parties.
Commercial interpleader action over ownership of stock. Tried to verdict awarding proceeds to client.
Patent Holder v. Commercial Transportation Client.
Invalidated patent on automatic tire inflation system in Inter Partes Review (IPR) before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
Cup Lid Holder v. Competitor.
Settled federal trademark infringement and design patent infringement case with significant payment by plaintiff to represented defendant.
Scientific Instruments Manufacturer v. Nationally Known Clinical Laboratory.
Prepared patent infringement, copyright infringement, and trade secrets lawsuit between competitors in the scientific instrumentation field involving nephelometric inhibition analysis techniques for trial and settled in favor of plaintiff on courthouse steps.
Moves, Inc. v. MTV Networks and Jennifer Lopez, et al.
Defended trademark and copyright infringement action against entertainment clients MTV Networks and Jennifer Lopez.
Employee v. Packaging Products Client.
Jury trial taken to verdict in federal court in trade secret and employment discrimination claims brought by terminated former employee in the flexible packaging industry.
Individual v. Medical Insurance Coding Company.
Extended bench trial taken to verdict on behalf of innovator in the medical coding business against breach of contract and unfair competition claims by terminated former telemarketing manager.
Marketing Corp. v. MTV Networks and v. Viacom and Viacom International.
(Two cases.) Defense of licensing and copyright infringement claims against international entertainment television networks and entertainment companies involving licensing rights to Chicago Bears "Super Bowl Shuffle" video.
Sears Roebuck and Co. v. Sears PLC.
Successful prosecution of international trademark infringement litigation brought involving aggressive multinational discovery
Westinghouse Electric Corporation v. George Elevator.
Prosecution of international trademark infringement action in the United States and China based on extraterritorial application of U.S. trademark law.