McGuireWoods was co-counsel to a manufacturer of wireless devices, in patent litigation brought by a patent holding company. McGuireWoods was retained to represent our client after the Federal Circuit issued its first opinion on appeal and played a central role in the team that represented the client in the widely-publicized district court remand proceedings.
Copyright Infringement Litigation, M.D. Fla. McGuireWoods was counsel for the defendant, a publishing company, in a copyright infringement case. The case involved several issues of first impression concerning the validity of compilation copyright registrations, and the availability of statutory damages in cases involving compilation copyrights. The matter settled before trial.
McGuireWoods was co-counsel to a market leader for semiconductors and system solutions in this patent infringement case. At the first trial, our client was granted judgments of non-infringement, prevailed on its counterclaim for fraud, and was awarded punitive damages, an anti-suit injunction and $7.1 million in attorneys’ fees.
Represented leading pharmaceutical manufacturer in a declaratory judgment action and counterclaim involving patent infringement claims related to next generation patents on a pain medication.
Representation of a leading generic pharmaceutical company in this case filed by a global biopharmaceutical company where the allegations relate to infringement of patents involving crystalline forms of an AIDS treatment drug.
The National Law Journal Names McGuireWoods’ Partner Janet Peyton a Technology Trailblazer
June 13, 2019
200 McGuireWoods Attorneys Recognized In 2019 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America
August 17, 2018
Law360 Names 10 McGuireWoods Lawyers 2018 Editorial Advisory Board Members
April 2, 2018
Supreme Court: Two-Step Test to Evaluate Patent Eligibility
June 27, 2014
Supreme Court: No Possible Liability for Induced Infringement if No Possible Liability for Direct Infringement
June 4, 2014
Supreme Court: Claims Invalid Unless Claim Scope Known with “Reasonable Certainty”
June 3, 2014
Supreme Court Lowers Bar to Attorney Fees in Patent Cases
April 30, 2014
Protection From Infringement Allegations Under the ‘Kessler Doctrine’
March 27, 2014