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Cypress Semiconductor Corp. v. GSI Technology, Inc., 3:13-cv-02013 & 3:13-cv-03757 (Northern District of California), Representing Plaintiff Cypress against GSI in a patent infringement suit involving SRAM memory.  Case Pending.

Technology Properties Limited, LLC v. Kingston Technology Corp., 6:12-cv-00202 (Eastern District of Texas), Representing Defendant in a patent infringement suit against TPL involving flash memory card readers.  Case pending.

SRI Int’l, Inc. v. Cisco Systems, Inc., 13-1534 (District of Delaware), Representing Plaintiff SRI against Cisco in a patent infringement suit involving network security technology.  Case Pending.

Biomedical Enterprises, Inc. v. Solana Surgical, LLC(Western District of Austin), Representing Plaintiff against Solana in a patent infringement suit involving medical device technology.  Case Pending.

Uni-Pixel Displays Inc. v. Conductive Inkjet Technology Limited (Montgomery County State Court, TX), Representing Plaintiff in a Breach of Contract action and in a Declaratory Judgment action involving printed display technology.  Case settled favorably.

Innovatio IP Ventures v. FedEx Corp., 1:11-cv-09308 (Northern District of Illinois), Represented FedEx in a patent infringement suit involving wireless network technology.  Case settled favorably after bench trial on damages.

Microsoft v. John Doe 1 et al., 1:13-cv-01014 (Western District of Texas), Represented Microsoft in a cyber-crime proceeding against malicious bot-net operating in Texas and throughout the United States.  Case dismissed after international law enforcement involvement against bot-net operators. 

Airstrip Technologies, Inc. v. MVISUM, Inc., 1:12-cv-07776 (Southern District of New York), Represented Plaintiff Airstrip against MVISUM in a patent infringement suit involving remote medical monitoring technology.  Case settled favorably.

CERTAIN COMPUTERS AND COMPUTER PERIPHERAL DEVICES AND COMPONENTS THEREOF AND PRODUCTS CONTAINING THE SAME, 337-TA-841 (International Trade Commission). Lead trial counsel representing Respondent Kingston against TPL in suit involving flash memory card readers.  Commission found non-infringement of all three patents asserted against Kingston.  

MOSAID v. Freescale et al., Case No. 6:11:cv-000173 (Eastern District of Texas). Representing NVIDIA in patent infringement suit filed by MOSAID involving nine patents concerning various aspects of processor operation and design. Case settled favorably.

Semcon Tech v. Texas Instruments Inc., Case No. 12-534 (District of Delaware). Representing Defendant TI in patent infringement suit involving chemical mechanical polishing of semiconductors. Case settled favorably.

TQP v Federal Express Corporation, Case No. 2:12-cv-00262 (Eastern District of Texas). Representing Federal Express Corporation in patent infringement suit filed by TQP involving encryption technology. Case settled favorably.

CERTAIN UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS (“USB”) PORTABLE STORAGE DEVICES, INCLUDING USB FLASH DRIVES AND COMPONENTS THEREOF, 337-TA-788 (International Trade Commission). Represented Respondents Ritek and Verbatim against Trek in suit involving USB drives. Case resolved favorably before trial.

Integrated Device Technology, Inc. v. Phison Electronics Corp., Case No. CV-10-5168 (Northern District of California). Represented Phison in patent infringement suit involving three patents concerning aspects of on-chip oscillators. Case settled favorably.

SanDisk v. Kingston et al., Case No. 10-0243-C (Western District of Wisconsin). Representing Kingston adverse to SanDisk in case involving flash memory products. District Court found on summary judgment that Kingston did not infringe asserted SanDisk patents. Case settled favorably.

CERTAIN INTEGRATED CIRCUITS, CHIPSETS, AND PRODUCTS CONTAINING SAME INCLUDING TELEVISIONS, MEDIA PLAYERS, AND CAMERAS, 337-TA-709 (International Trade Commission). Represented Complainant against various television manufacturers and retailers. Major parties settled favorably prior to trial.

SanDisk v. Phison et al., Case Nos. 07-0605-C and 07-0607-C (Western District of Wisconsin). Representing Kingston adverse to SanDisk in case involving flash memory products. District judge found on summary judgment that Kingston did not infringe asserted SanDisk patents. Case settled favorably.

Freescale Semiconductor v. Panasonic Corp. et al., 10-CA-138 (Western District of Texas). Represented Freescale Semiconductor in patent infringement suit involving integrated circuit and semiconductor packaging technologies. Case settled favorably.

Freescale Semiconductor v. Panasonic Corp. et al., 10-CA-139 (Western District of Texas). Represented Freescale Semiconductor in patent infringement suit involving semiconductor packaging technologies. Case settled favorably.

U.S. Ethernet Innovations v. Acer et al, 6:09-CV-448 (Eastern District of Texas). Represented NVIDIA in patent infringement case involving Ethernet technology. Case transfer to new counsel after successful change of venue motion.

CERTAIN SEMICONDUCTOR CHIPS HAVING SYNCHRONOUS DYNAMIC RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY CONTROLLERS AND PRODUCTS CONTAINING SAME, 337-TA-661 (International Trade Commission). Represented Respondents in investigation concerning various aspects of DRAM memory. Parties settled after trial.

Key Ovation v. Kenesis, 09-CA-144 (Western District of Texas). Represented Declaratory Judgment Defendant in case involving computer keyboards. Case dismissed.

CERTAIN FLASH MEMORY CONTROLLER, DRIVES, MEMORY CARDS, AND MEDIA, PLAYERS, AND PRODUCTS CONTAINING SAME, 337-TA-619 (International Trade Commission). Represented Respondents in investigation concerning flash memory products. Commission found non-infringement after 7 day trial.

Celerity v. Advanced Energy, 07-CA-1037 (Western District of Texas). Represented manufacturer of mass flow converters in patent infringement suit against competitor. Case resolved and dismissed.

CERTAIN RECHARGEABLE LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES, COMPONENTS THEREOF, AND PRODUCTS CONTAINING THE SAME, 337-TA-600 (International Trade Commission). Represented Complainant in investigation involving lithium ion battery technology. Case settled favorably.

Silicon Services Consortium v. Applied Materials, 06-CA-051 (Western District of Texas). Represented Defendant Applied Materials in connection with anti-trust claims and patent infringement counterclaims. Case settled.