Patent Litigation Services
For clients looking to enforce their patents in the marketplace or defend against claims of patent infringement made by others, Sprinkle IP Law Group’s attorneys bring their significant trial experience to assist clients in all aspects of litigation. Given the firm’s dual focus on both patent prosecution and patent litigation, the firm’s attorneys approach patent litigation with a unique perspective. Most of the firm’s attorneys have worked on both patent prosecution matters and patent litigation matters. The firm believes that knowing how patents are used in litigation, makes its attorneys better prosecutors and, conversely, knowing how patents are obtained, makes its attorneys better litigators.
Sprinkle IP Law Group has successfully represented clients in the Eastern District of Texas, the Western District of Texas, the Middle District of Florida, the Northern District of California and the District of Delaware in patent infringement litigation and has provided litigation advice to other clients not actively engaged in litigation. From 101 Motions, to Markman hearings to trial, the firm’s attorneys have represented clients in all aspects of litigation. In addition, the firm has defended clients in post-grant proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
In addition to more traditional patent infringement litigation services, Sprinkle IP Law Group provides licensing services to attempt to reach business resolutions with potential or actual infringers and generate revenue from its clients’ patent portfolios. Sprinkle IP Law Group also provides opinions of non-infringement and invalidity for clients regarding the patents of third parties. The firm also provides freedom to operate analyses to help a client determine the existing patent rights in a particular technology area or with respect to the technology development roadmap for a particular product or line of products.
YYZ, LLC v. Metastorm, Inc., et al, Civil Action No. 2:11-cv-01609, Eastern District of Pennsylvania: Represented defendants Metastorm and Open Text Corporation in a patent infringement matter relating to workflow management systems. At the ...more