Enforcing your intellectual property rights
Forge IP attorneys have vast litigation experience, having litigated cases around the country in various courts and at the appellate level. We have a long track record of favorably resolving cases early–via dismissal, summary judgment, or settlement–before racking up significant litigation expenses. In cases where an early resolution was not possible, Forge IP’s attorneys have brought cases to trial and prevailed. Below are a few examples of the various cases in which Forge IP attorneys have successfully represented both Plaintiffs and Defendants.
Pharmaceutical Patent Disputes
Forge IP attorneys have litigated countless patents relating to well-known drugs. For examples of just a few of these, please take a look at some of our Hatch-Waxman Disputes.
Karl Storz Endoscopy-America, Inc. v. Stryker Corp.
In a case involving multiple patents relating to operating room control systems for medical devices and audiovisual equipment, obtained a favorable settlement on the eve of trial on behalf of Plaintiff Karl Storz Endoscopy-America, resulting in the purchase of a license to the patents by Defendant Stryker.
Karl Storz Endoscopy-America, Inc. v. Smith & Nephew Inc.
In a case involving multiple patents relating to operating room control systems for medical devices and audiovisual equipment, obtained a favorable settlement in which Defendant Smith & Nephew agreed to an injunction and stopped selling the accused products.
Luma Corp. v. Stryker Corp., et al.
In a case involving a patent related to medical device controls for setting physician preferences and storing images, invalidated the patent on summary judgment, and then obtained an affirmance when the Plaintiff appealed the ruling.
Valois of America, Inc. v. Risdon Corp.
In a case involving a patent related to pumps for perfume bottles, where patent holder Risdon was initially sued by Valois (who was seeking a declaratory judgment of noninfringment of Risdon’s patent), defended the lawsuit with a vigorous offense, and obtained a favorable settlement of the eve of trial for Risdon Corp.
Trade Secret Litigation
Werlatone, Inc. v. David V. Kane
In a case involving an ex-employee’s misappropriation of technical and customer information relating to high power, broadband RF combiners/dividers, obtained a jury verdict finding that the ex-employee had committed trade secret theft.
Clinton Decoy Co., Ltd. v. Nordic Group of Companies, Ltd. et al.
In a case involving the designs for goose decoys, represented Plaintiff Clinton Decoy in action against Flambeau for infringement of multiple copyrights by the defendant’s decoy molds that copied the designs, and obtained a favorable settlement on the eve of trial on behalf of Clinton Decoy, resulting in a significant monetary payout and license for the copyrights.