Patent Infringement and Trade Secret Misappropriation Claims in Venture Capital
After deposition, the parties agreed to settle the claims without any exchange of monetary consideration.
Federal Trade Commission v. 1-800 Contacts
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals overturned an FTC decision regarding trademark enforcement against online competitors.
Copyright Royalty Board Proceedings
Cornerstone Research has consulted with attorneys and supported experts in various Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) proceedings.
Cornerstone Research Coauthors Marketing Amicus Curiae Brief for Supreme Court
Amici in this brief ask the court to review consumer perception analysis and evidence relevant to assessing whether a domain name is a generic term or a brand name.
Cost Accounting and Damages Analysis in a Trade Secrets Matter
A Cornerstone Research expert analyzed the opposing expert’s estimates of lost profits and avoided costs allegedly due to the theft of trade secrets.
Lumileds LLC v. Elec-Tech International Co. Ltd. et al.
The plaintiff was awarded $66 million in a matter involving the misappropriation of trade secrets by a former employee and a Chinese company.
Shuffle Tech International LLC et al. v. Scientific Games Corp. et al.
A federal judge awarded the plaintiff $315 million in an antitrust trial stemming from patent infringement claims.
Move Inc. et al. v. Zillow Inc. et al.
Cornerstone Research worked with an M&A transactions expert and a survey expert in a case that involved alleged misappropriation of trade secrets and counterclaims of defamation.
Section 337 Unfair Import Investigation of Medical Devices
Cornerstone Research worked with a healthcare and competition expert in a patent infringement matter before the ITC.
Microsoft Corporation v. Motorola Mobility, Inc. et al.
Counsel for Microsoft retained Cornerstone Research and Vice President Matthew Lynde to estimate the value and range of royalties that would be consistent with Motorola Mobility’s contractual obligations to license…
Cornerstone Research Coauthors Antitrust Amicus Curiae Brief for U.S. Third Circuit
The filing details economic considerations relevant to determining the appropriate scope of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2013 decision in FTC v. Actavis.
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