Representing Small Startup in Patent Litigation Matter
This David and Goliath matter is pending against one of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the world. Representing a father and son startup company that invented motion-based technology for accurately reflecting user intention through the hand gesturing of a mobile device. This case is currently pending in the District of New Jersey and is before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
Class Certification Denied
Represented defendant school district in a class action lawsuit involving claims brought under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Title VI. The district court denied the plaintiffs’ motion for class certification – a major victory for the client.
Successful Results for Large Electric Utility
Settled an easement dispute for a large electrical utility that provides energy to over a million customers.
Successful IP Representation of Regional Grocery Chain
Settled intellectual property litigation brought in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on behalf of a Pennsylvania-based grocery chain. This matter involved defending copyright and trademark claims brought by a large consumer technology company related to the sale of alleged counterfeit products.
Obtained Injunctive Relief for Technology Startup
Represented a startup company in the Smart City industry in an action against a former corporate officer. This matter involved theft of trade secrets and breach of various fiduciary duties. In a matter where mere hours could determine the success or failure of the company, Mark Halderman obtained a preliminary injunction and successfully resolved the matter in his client’s favor.
Favorably Settled Patent Litigation Involving Medical Device
Represented a New York-based dermatologist in an infringement action involving his patented methods for effectively utilizing certain health care devices. This matter was brought against a Fortune 500 company and resulted in a favorable settlement for the client.
Favorably Settled Patent Litigation Involving Various Wireless Technologies
Obtained settlements in excess of $40 million for patentee in patent infringement actions against multiple Fortune 500 companies. These lawsuits involved digital wireless communication systems and devices utilizing cellular, 802.11, and WiMAX technologies.