Intellectual Property Damage
We quantify damages arising from allegations of violations of intellectual property protection laws. Our cases include patent infringement allegations as well as Lanham Act violations such as trademark infringement and misappropriation of trade secrets.
Intellectual property damages can also arise under other legal contexts such as attorney malpractice or breach of license agreement.
Columbia Sportswear North America, Inc. v. Seirus Innovative Accessories 2017: We opined on damages resulting from design patent infringement, as well as reasonable royalty for utility patent infringement.
Bikila v. Vibram 2016: We developed an opinion of damage due to allegations of infringement of personality rights and testified in deposition.
Skedco, Inc. v. Strategic Operations, Inc., 2015: We calculated and testified in deposition to alleged patent infringement damages (lost profits and reasonable royalty) on behalf of the Plaintiff.
Extreme Technologies, Inc. dba Bowtech Archery v. Rex Darlington, 2013: We calculated and testified in deposition to lost profits for alleged breach of exclusive patent licensing agreement on behalf of the Plaintiff.
FLIR Systems, Inc. v. Sierra Media and Fluke Corp., 2012: We calculated and testified in deposition and trial to damages related to alleged trademark infringement and false advertising on behalf of Fluke Corp.
Leatherman Tool Group v Coast Cutlery, 2012: We evaluated and testified in deposition to damages due to alleged false advertising on behalf of the Plaintiff.