Copyright, Trademark and Trade Secret Litigation

  • Dr. Seuss Enterprises LP v. ComicMix LLC et al (SD Cal.)—representing Dr. Seuss Enterprises in copyright and trademark litigation relating to infringement of iconic Seuss works, including Oh The Places You'll Go
  • PaySys International, Inc. v. Atos SE, et al (SDNY)—representing Atos and Worldline in copyright infringement, trade secret misappropriation, breach of contract and related tort action concerning credit card and payment processing software; secured pre-trial dismissal of all 11 causes of action brought under federal, state and foreign law
  • Tigercat Int'l v. Caterpillar Inc. (D. Del.)—representing Tigercat in declaratory judgment of non-infringement and non-dilution relating to TIGERCAT mark
  • Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. v. ICE Clear US, Inc. et al (ND Ill.)—representing Intercontinental Exchange in trademark infringement action
  • World Trade Centers Association Inc. v. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (SDNY)—represented the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in trademark infringement action
  • Spinelli et al v. Associated Press et al (SDNY)—represented AP in defense of copyright, antitrust and related tort claims brought by a group of professional sports photographers alleging unlawful use of NFL-related photographs
  • Spanski Enterprises, Inc. v. Telewizja Polska SA (DDC)—represented Polish public broadcaster in copyright infringement action relating to geo-blocking of online video content
  • Gordon v. Invisible Children, Inc., et al (SDNY)—represented Invisible Children in copyright infringement action
  • God, Gold and Moore, LLC, d/b/a Psycho Bunny v. Nike, Inc. (SDNY)—represented Nike in lawsuit for trademark infringement and dilution by a men's fashion company in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Successfully defeated Psycho Bunny's request for a Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction and eventually obtained a successful settlement for Nike

Patent Litigation

  • Fatboy v. EMRG Creative (ND Tex.; PTAB)—represented EMRG in design patent infringement action relating to inflatable seating. The case settled shortly after Post Grant Review proceedings were filed in 2016
  • Autoloxer LLC v. Sandvik Mining and Construction USA, LLC (ED Tex.)—represented Sandvik in patent litigation that settled early and favorably for Sandvik
  • America's Collectibles Network v. The Genuine Gemstone Company (ED Tenn.)—represented The Genuine Gemstone Company in patent infringement action obtaining complete victory on summary judgment
  • Destination Maternity Corp. v. Target Corp. (Ed. Pa; PTAB)—represented Destination Maternity in patent litigation and related Inter Partes Review concerning maternity apparel patents
  • St. Jude Medical v. Volcano Corp. (D. Del.)—represented St. Jude in series of offensive and defensive patent litigations relating to diagnostic cardiovascular guide wire technology, including two jury trials in the District of Delaware