The firm served as lead counsel on behalf of a provider of automatic order fulfillment systems in a patent infringement suit brought by a pharmacy automation company in the Northern District of Georgia. Plaintiff accused our client of infringing a patent related to automated prescription filling systems. Summary judgment was granted in favor of our client and affirmed by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

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In re Sun Coast Hospital, Inc., et al.
Represented the creditors' committee and now plan trustee for Sun Coast Hospital in connection with the sale of the hospital facility with more than more
Formation and capitalization of a North Carolina commercial bank
Represented the organizers of a de novo North Carolina bank, which specializes in lending to venture capital-backed businesses, in obtaining a more
Advised major North Carolina healthcare insurer on its comprehensive wellness program
Assisted in the design, documentation and implementation of a comprehensive wellness program and development of related administrative service more
Inter partes review challenge for Motorola Mobility
Representing Motorola Mobility in an inter partes review challenge of U.S. Patent No. 7,516,484 relating to a reader adapted for a portable more