James L. Wamsley III

Jim Wamsley represents companies in high-technology patent infringement litigation in courts throughout the United States. His cases frequently focus on electronics or computer-related products and technologies such as digital cameras, cellular telephones, semiconductors, televisions, computer interfaces, and software-based systems.

Jim has recently represented companies such as Sprint Nextel and Eastman Kodak in a series of complex patent infringement cases involving large numbers of asserted patents or parties. For example, Jim led the representation of Kodak in three cases against a competitor in the digital camera business in which more than 50 patents were at issue. That case was resolved by settlement after a three-day Markman claims construction hearing and a month of depositions taken in Japan. He also successfully led the defense of more than 35 companies sued in the Eastern District of Texas in a case in which the patentee stipulated to a judgment of noninfringement after the court issued a claim construction ruling favorable to the defendants.

Jim is a member of the AIPLA and has been a speaker at the annual meeting of the Association of Corporate Patent Counsel.

Good to know

Areas of Practice 1) Intellectual Property and 2) Patent Litigation
Law School The University of Michigan Law School
Education University of Virginia (B.S.E.E., 1972)
Bar Member / Association Ohio and registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office
Most recent firm Jones Day
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