Represented the patentee of a patent directed to a security device for electronic equipment in an inter partes re-examination proceeding against a third party requester. The third party requester attempted to invalidate claims in U.S. Patent No. 6,553,794, as the third party requester was accused of infringing the patent. The re-examination proceeding was favorable to the patentee, and the U.S.P.T.O. determined that all claims were patentable over the prior art submitted by the third party requester.

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Catastrophic injury litigation
Successfully represented the widow and teenaged daughter of a man killed three days after Christmas by a drunk driver on an interstate.  The victim more
Insurance contract litigation for major corporations in North Carolina
Successfully defended plan holders and fiduciaries of the largest private guaranteed investment contract in North Carolina against an association’s more
State of West Virginia ex rel. E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company v. Perrine
The firm served as appellate counsel for a trial team representing DuPont in a major medical monitoring class-action in West Virginia and briefed a more
Mixed-use condominium development for Highwoods Properties
Represented Highwoods Properties with all aspects of the development of an urban, mixed-use condominium office tower. Represented the client in more