RESULTS DEPEND ON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. PRIOR RESULTS DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT A SIMILAR OUTCOME.
Verizon Services Corp. v. Vonage ($58 million jury award) - provided in-depth technical analysis and support involving network communications, especially Session Initiated Protocol (SIP) and Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VOIP).
In-depth technical analysis and support to defend a Fortune 500 client against asserted Ronald A. Katz (RAKTL) patent portfolio (extensive call center related patent portfolio).
Technical analysis support to determine assertion potential of a patent portfolio regarding Student Account computer based systems.
Prosecution and Counseling Technologies
3G signaling and messaging
Aircraft communications and confirmation systems
Biometrics for security control
Building forms and construction techniques
CDMA signaling optimization
CDMA startup optimization
Computer Centric Control Systems for Communications, Financial, and Medical Systems
Computer printers and features
Computer Telephony Integration (CTI)
Convergence of PBX user features with cell and wireless networks
Encryption applications and methods
Horse products and related manufacturing processes
Information vaults and systems
Internet business transactional systems
Internet Protocols and Architectures including Voice, Data, Security, Encryption, Routing and Performance Aspects
Manufacturing and Process Control Systems
Mechanical construction machinery
Medical devices, e.g., catheters, trocars, and devices to precisely deliver controlled dosages of radiation and devices to measure radiation dosages in vivo
Software Architectures and Process Control Systems and Methods including Various Software Language and Database Innovations
Speech Recognition and Voice Processing Systems and Equipment
TDM and VOIP convergence
Technical analysis of CDMA products for non-infringement purposes
Telecommunication Systems and Protocols including Wireless Architectures and Features
Traffic control systems