Representative cases include:

  • Nike, Inc. v. Nikepal: Successfully represented Nike at trial in one of the first trial decisions under the Trademark Dilution Revision Act. The case involved the famous NIKE mark and a rare appeal of a Trademark Office opposition decision to a district court and claims seeking injunctive relief
  • Contessa Foods v. Lockpur: Successfully defended copyright and trade dress infringement dispute invalidating the plaintiff's copyright and dismissing plaintiff's other claims on summary judgment. Also represented our client on appeal and in resisting the plaintiff's petition for certiorari
  • MB Financial Bank v. MB Real Estate: Successfully defended preliminary injunction in trademark infringement case
  • Chattanooga Mfg. v. Nike, Inc. and Michael Jordan: Obtained summary judgment defending Nike, Inc. who was sued for trademark infringement and unfair competition by a blouse manufacturer who had obtained a federally registered trademark for and claimed exclusive rights to the name JORDAN. Keith also represented Nike in the successful appeal before the Seventh Circuit
  • Microsoft Corp. v. Logical Choice Computers: Obtained $1.54 million judgment against defendant in a computer software counterfeiting case. Keith has also successfully handled dozens of other software counterfeiting cases on behalf of Microsoft