Complex, high-tech patent litigation.
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Complex, high-tech patent litigation.
 

Case Profiles

Personal Audio v. CBS
As lead trial counsel for plaintiff Personal Audio, Jeremy Pitcock recently obtained a complete jury trial victory for his client against the television network CBS in a patent infringement case involving Internet distribution of content. After only a short deliberation, the jury returned a verdict of patent infringement and upheld the patent's validity against the defendant's claims of anticipation and obviousness. Prior to trial, he had successfully argued to keep the case from being transferred out of the Eastern District of Texas, and received a favorable Markman decision in the case. He worked with Papool Chaudhari who managed all aspects of discovery and trial preparation in the case.

Intergen v. GoIP Global, et. al.
Jeremy Pitcock was lead counsel for defendants in a patent infringement and trade secret case involving text and Internet technology with counterclaims. The case settled after a favorable Markman hearing.

JDSU v. Metconnex
Jeremy Pitcock was lead counsel for plaintiff JDSU in a patent infringement case pending in Federal court in Los Angeles. The case involved tiny movable mirrors created with MEMS technology for routing laser beams. The case settled with Metconnex agreeing to cease its production of the infringing device, which put that company out of business. | Read more about the Metconnex case.

3Com v. Realtek
Jeremy Pitcock was counsel for plaintiff 3Com in a patent infringement case in Federal court in San Francisco concerning Ethernet chip technology. Prior counsel had been sanctioned for failing to provide the detail required for preliminary infringement contentions under the Patent Local Rules. Jeremy Pitcock put together preliminary infringement contentions using publicly available materials that not only withstood scrutiny, but together with key testimony and claims constructions by Jeremy Pitcock helped obtain a 45 million dollar verdict for 3Com. The case recently settled for $70 million.

Daiichi Pharmaceutical v. Mylan
Jeremy Pitcock was counsel for plaintiff Daiichi in a patent infringement case in Federal court in West Virginia concerning the fluoroquinolone antibiotic Levaquin. Chief Judge Irene M. Keeley ruled in favor of Daiichi on all claims in their patent infringement action stemming from Mylan's filing of an ANDA. The 116-page decision followed a two-month bench trial and rejected each of Mylan's five separate invalidity and unenforceability defenses. Jeremy Pitcock prepared the inventors and key technical fact and experts witnesses for their trial testimony, including the lead inventor, Dr. Hayakawa, who had been accused of inequitable conduct. The Federal Circuit affirmed Judge Keeley’s decision.

CPI (Avistar) v. Polycom
Jeremy Pitcock was counsel for plaintiff CPI in a patent infringement case in Federal court in San Francisco concerning videoconferencing technology. The case was settled successfully shortly after motions for summary judgment were filed on the four patents at issue. The motions for summary judgment were made possible after a successful Markman hearing argued by Jeremy Pitcock, when District Judge Chesney ruled in CPI’s favor on the construction of ten claim terms at issue in the four CPI patents at issue in the case.

JDSU v. Northrop Grumman
Jeremy Pitcock was counsel for plaintiff JDSU in a patent infringement case in Federal court in New York City in a case involving light sources for fiber optic gyroscopes. Jeremy Pitcock argued successfully against summary judgment early in the case, and took and defended all of the key fact and expert witnesses. The case settled on favorable terms.


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