Intellectual Property Litigation
The Pennsylvania State University B.S. Physics with Honors in Physics and Economics; B.S. Mathematics, 1993
University of Michigan Law School J.D. 1996 cum laude
Timothy Devlin is a Principal in the Delaware office of Fish & Richardson P.C. His practice emphasizes patent litigation, strategic counseling, and prosecution in a range of technology areas, including financial services, computer architecture, electronics, semiconductor fabrication, medical devices and pharmaceuticals.
Recognized as a "rising star" by Chambers U.S.A. 2009.
Recent litigation examples
Gannett Satellite Information Network, Inc. v. Office Media Network, Inc. - representing plaintiff Gannett on patents related to advertising display systems.
Data Treasury v. Bank of America Corp. - representing Bank of America in patent litigation involving methods of check processing.
Deep Nines, Inc. v. McAfee, Inc. - represented plaintiff Deep Nines on patent related to internet security, obtained jury verdict of $18 million for patentee.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, et al. v. Renesas Technology Corp. - represented complainant Samsung in ITC action related to semiconductor manufacture and direct memory access systems, settled favorably.
Rembrandt Vision Technologies, L.P. v. CIBA Vision Corporation - representing plaintiff Rembrandt on patents related to silicone hydrogel contact lenses, obtained $41 million jury verdict for patentee.
Seagate Technology LLC v. Cornice, Inc. - represented plaintiff Seagate in the ITC and district court on patents related to hard disc drive technologies, settled favorably.
Ricoh Company, Ltd. v. Lite-On IT Corp., et al. - represented defendant Lite-On in patent litigation involving optical disc drive technology, settled favorably.
Magnequench International, Inc. v. Lite-On Technology Corporation, et al. - represented defendant Lite-On in patent litigation involving compositions of certain rare-earth magnets for use in electronic components, settled favorably.
Mirror Image, Inc. v. Speedera, Inc. - represented plaintiffs on patents relating to content delivery networks, settled favorably.
ADE Corp. v. KLA-Tencor Corp. - represented ADE on patents regarding inspecting systems for semiconductor wafers, obtained jury verdict invalidating KLA patent.
Rhodia Chimie v. PPG Industries, Inc. - represented defendant on patent related to precipitated silica products, obtained summary judgment of non-infringement.
Universal Surveillance Systems, Inc. v. Sensormatic Electronics - represented patentee on patent regarding electronic article surveillance tags, obtained jury verdict for patentee.
PolyMASC Pharma. v. Alza Corp. - represented plaintiff asserting patent on certain PEGylated liposomes, settled favorably.
Nippon Carbon v. Nucor Corp. - represented defendant on patent related to electrode cooling devices used in steel-producing furnaces, settled favorably.
IDT v. GSI - represented plaintiff asserting patent on zero-bus turnaround SRAM chips, settled favorably.
Admitted to the bar in New York and Delaware.
Registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark