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Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property disputes can be complex, high stakes matters affecting the very heart of any business. Lewis Baach Kaufmann Middlemiss's Intellectual Property Group has experience in all areas of Intellectual Property law, including patents, trade secrets, trademarks, and copyrights, and has litigated on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants.

Our attorneys work closely with our clients to understand the entire situation, each client’s industry and technology, and its specific goals.  We give our clients options, and an honest assessment of potential outcomes, and their likelihoods and expected costs.  We work with our clients to develop a strategy to deliver the best possible results in the most cost-effective and expeditious manner possible.  

Representative Matters

  • Representing patent holder in patent infringement matter brought on its behalf against Google and Waze related to real time vehicle guidance and traffic forecasting and related inter partes review proceedings.  Makor Issues & Rights Ltd. v. Google Inc. and Waze, Inc., Case No. 1-16-cv-00100, D. Del.
  • Representing patent holder in patent infringement matter brought on its behalf against Microsoft related to automatic user interface generation for large databases. Kaufman v. Microsoft Corporation, Case No. 1-16-cv-02880, S.D.N.Y.
  • Representing patent holder in patent infringement matter brought on its behalf against Telerik related to software component testing. Typemock, Ltd. v. Telerik Inc., Case No. 1-17-cv-10274, D. Mass.
  • Representing Internet broadcasting company, WAG Acquisition, L.L.C. d/b/a SURFERNetwork, in nine patent infringement matters brought on its behalf related to streaming media delivery systems and related inter partes review proceedings. Eg., WAG Acquisition, L.L.C. v. Multi Media, LLC et al., Case No. 2-14-cv-02340, D.N.J.
  • Representing copyright holders of various Russian television programs in several copyright infringement matters brought on their behalf related to distributors’ unauthorized streaming of the programs over the Internet, mobile applications, and IPTV streaming facilities. E.g., Komanda LLC v. Kartina Canada Inc., et al. Case No. 17-cv-2362, S.D.N.Y.

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