We successfully instituted five IPRs against Intellectual Ventures on behalf of Motorola Mobility. Three of these patents related to sending URLs in email over the Internet, multiple traffic classification based-queues to provide preferential access to a shared communications channel, and a mobile wireless access point in a vehicle for Internet access. The Board instituted all of the IPRs and recently issued final decisions invalidating all of the patent claims challenged in two of the three IPRs, and most of the claims in the third. The Board concluded that the prior art cited by Motorola illustrated that the claimed inventions of the challenged patents were invalid. PTAB Case Numbers IPR2014-00500; IPR2014-00501 and IPR2014-00504.

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Catastrophic injury services for family in product liability case
Represented a mother and her two young daughters in a product liability case against multiple defendants.  The family's mobile home caught fire when more
Debt restructuring for television broadcast companies
Representation of agents and lead lenders in connection a debt restructuring of affiliated television broadcast companies and provision of over $145 more
China expansion for one of the world's leading providers of lighting fixtures
Represented one of the world's leading providers of lighting fixtures and related products and services in structuring its expanding operations in more
Multiple acquisitions and public offerings for Commercial Federal Corporation
Represented Commercial Federal Corporation in its acquisition of approximately 10 banks and in connection with four underwritten public offerings of more