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About Chet

Chet Campbell is an intellectual property litigation attorney in the Boston office of Fish & Richardson P.C. Chet specializes in patent litigation at the U.S. International Trade Commission and in U.S. district courts. Chet has broad experience litigating cases beginning with strategic evaluations at the pre-suit diligence phase, through discovery, trial, and appeal. Chet’s practice encompasses a range of technologies, including mobile electronic devices, remote radio control systems for mobile electronic devices, optical fibers, semiconductors, anti-piracy software, dynamically-generated web applets, graphical user interfaces for trading commodities, medical devices, and aerogel insulation materials. He has represented large and small clients across the country and has extensive experience in both competitor suits and large joint defense groups.

Prior to joining Fish, Chet interned for the Honorable Haldane R. Mayer of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Before law school, Chet worked as a computer science teaching assistant at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Publications

Massachusetts Patent Litigation Wrap Up – April 2020,” Fish Litigation Blog (June 2020).

ViaTech Technologies, Inc. v. Microsoft Corporation (D. Del.) (counsel for Microsoft in patent litigation concerning anti-piracy software).

DSM Desotech, Inc. v. Corning Incorporated (N.D. Ill., D. Del.) (counsel for Corning Incorporated in patent and contract litigations concerning optical fibers).

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Education

J.D. ​, University of Virginia School of Law (2013) Member, Virginia Journal of Law and Technology


B.S. with high honors, Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (2010)

Admissions
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2010
  • Massachusetts 2013

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