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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.
|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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David W. Marston, Jr. is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Intellectual Property and Litigation practices and is a member of the firm's Class Action Working Group. He handles all aspects of litigation from inception through trial and post-trial appeals.