Caroline Wray focuses her practice on patent litigation matters.
During law school, Ms. Wray served on the Editorial Board of the Virginia Tax Review. Prior to joining the firm, she served as a law clerk to Judge Patricia H. Minaldi of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana.
Ms. Wray has been recognized as a 2017 North Carolina "Rising Star" for Intellectual Property Litigation by Super Lawyers magazine.
EON Corp. IP Holdings, LLC v. Motorola Mobility LLC
On March 5, 2014, Kilpatrick Townsend was successful on behalf of Motorola Mobility in winning summary judgment against EON Corp. IP Holdings, LLC less than three weeks before trial, in a case that had been pending in the District of Delaware for nearly three and one-half years. The court’s grant of summary judgment was decided on the relatively uncommon ground of invalidity by indefiniteness, and entirely invalidated EON’s patent, ending the case at the district court. On May 6, 2015, the Federal Circuit, in a unanimous opinion, affirmed summary judgment granted by the District of Delaware.
EON Corp. IP Holdings, LLC v. FLO TV Inc., No. 10-812-RGA, 2014 WL 906182 (D. Del. Mar. 4, 2014).
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University of Virginia School of Law, J.D. (2011)
Duke University, B.S.E., Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering (2006)
North Carolina (2013)
United States Patent and Trademark Office (2012)
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana - Honorable Patricia H. Minaldi (Aug 2011-Aug 2012)
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