Cornerstone Research Coauthors Antitrust Amicus Brief for Supreme Court
Filing Details Economic Evidence Against Using a Presumption of Illegality for Reverse Payment Settlements of Pharmaceutical Patent Infringement Suits
Brandeis University and GFA Brands, Inc. v. Keebler Co. et al.
Counsel for Keebler retained Cornerstone Research and Dr. Michael Keeley, a senior vice president of Cornerstone Research, to analyze the plaintiffs’ damages claim in this patent infringement case.
Monsanto Co. v. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.
Counsel for Monsanto retained Cornerstone Research and Dr. Michael Keeley, a senior vice president at Cornerstone Research, to analyze damages in a patent infringement case Monsanto brought against DuPont and…
Boston Scientific Corp. et al. v. Cordis Corp.
Counsel for Boston Scientific retained Mary Woodford, a senior advisor at Cornerstone Research, to provide damages analysis and testimony in the May 2011 damages trial.
Niitakaya U.S.A. Inc v. Nishimoto Trading Co., Ltd.
Niitakaya sued Nishimoto alleging unfair business competition and misappropriation of Niitakaya’s recipes, which were alleged to be trade secrets.
Security Title v. First American Title
Counsel for Security Title retained George Strong, a managing director of Cornerstone Research, to estimate economic harm suffered by Security Title as a result of the sudden departure of the…
Theft of Trade Secrets regarding Internet Advertising
After acquisition discussions broke down between an Internet advertising affiliate network and the potential target, a web-advertising software company, the latter filed a complaint alleging that the defendants misappropriated information…
Theft of Trade Secrets regarding Online Social Games
Cornerstone Research was retained by counsel for a developer of online social games, which alleged that several of its key employees were induced by a competitor to breach their duties…
Haven Capital Management, Inc. v. Havens Advisors, L.L.C. et al.
Cornerstone Research was retained by counsel for the defendants who were accused of trademark infringement under the Lanham Act.
Oxford Gene Technology Limited v. Affymetrix, Inc.
Oxford Gene Technology (OGT) alleged that Affymetrix’s process for making its GeneChip infringed OGT’s patents.
Abbott Laboratories v. Diamedix Corporation
Abbott Laboratories (Abbott) asked the court to declare that certain patents owned by Diamedix Corporation (Diamedix) were invalid and not infringed by Abbott’s products.
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