case search results for patent litigation

Plaintiff v. Nationwide Pharmacy Chain

Represented a nationwide pharmacy chain in a patent infringement lawsuit brought in the Central District of California. The plaintiff alleged infringement of two patents directed towards the maintenance and storage of personal health records on a server. The matter ultimately settled very favorably after our client (i) filed an inter partes review request with the

January 8, 2020

Non-Practicing Entity v. Leading National Retailer

Represented a leading national retailer in a patent lawsuit in the Eastern District of Texas in which the plaintiff, a non-practicing entity, alleged infringement of a patent directed towards mobile apps used for video streaming. The matter was favorably resolved for a nuisance value.

January 8, 2020

Eko Brands, LLC v. Adrian Rivera Maynez Enterprises, Inc. et al.

Defended California technology company ARM Enterprises, Inc. (“ARM”) in a week-long patent trial in Seattle. Willenken represented ARM in a matter where the plaintiff alleged patent infringement. The plaintiff sought $4.5 million in damages but ultimately secured judgment of a mere $192,000.

August 22, 2018

    Consumer Electronics Accessory Company v. Competing Manufacturer

    Defended a case in which a consumer electronics accessory company sued its competitor for patent infringement. Willenken was retained to defend the initial action in the District of Colorado and a surprise second action: a section 337 before the International Trade Commission (ITC). After several months of rapid-fire litigation, Willenken obtained a very favorable global

    October 1, 2012

      Southern California Gas Company v. Syntellect, Inc.

      Represented one of the nation’s largest investor-owned utilities in a fast-track trial with just 49 days to prepare. On behalf of Southern California Gas Company (“SoCalGas”), one of the nation’s largest investor-owned utilities, Willenken had negotiated and settled a substantial patent infringement case involving call-center and telecommunication technology. SoCalGas then retained us to pursue a contractual

      January 1, 2012

      Power Management Developer v. World’s Largest Electronic Component Contract Manufacturer

      Defended the world’s largest electronic component contract manufacturer in a patent licensing breach of contract dispute less than 60 days before trial. The client, the world’s largest electronic component contract manufacturer, had been mired in the unfriendly venue of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas for nearly two years, defending against

      November 1, 2010

      Plaintiff v. Leading Retailer

      Represented a leading retailer in patent lawsuit in the Central District of California in which the plaintiff alleged our client was selling infringing products. After filing a motion for partial summary judgment and mediation, the case was favorably resolved.

      January 17, 2010