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International Trade Commission – Section 337 Litigation


United States: Intellectual property

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Winston & Strawn LLP provides ‘strong, quality advice, great knowledge and a solid work product’, and is ‘well placed to handle specialized biotech matters’. A team led by Washington DC-based Thomas Jarvis recently acted for Ericsson in two parallel patent infringement cases at the ITC, which concerned an expired patent license agreement with Apple. Leading figure George Lombardi in Chicago handles matters related to telephone and computer technology, medical devices and pharmaceuticals, and recently secured a victory for Warner Chilcott allowing it to obtain FDA approval to market a generic version of Merck’s NuvaRing product. Michael Brody and David Enzminger co-chair the IP practice from Chicago and Los Angeles respectively.

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Thomas Jarvis - Winston & Strawn LLP

Within: Patent litigation: international trade commission

Winston & Strawn LLP’s team is led by Thomas Jarvis, who is ‘well regarded within the ITC patent litigation community’. Jarvis ‘works well with clients’ and ‘has assembled a team of lawyers and experts that has a great track record’. It is representing Comcast in ITC patent litigation brought by Rovi alleging infringement of 14 patents relating to electronic programming guides and their related set-top boxes, and is assisting Ericsson with patent litigation at the ITC against Apple regarding wireless and smartphone license agreements. Steven Anzalone is singled out for his expertise in the electrical engineering and computer science space.

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