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Fish & Richardson P.C.

 
919 North Market Street
Suite 1000
Wilmington, Delaware 19801
United States of America

Phone Tel :  302-652-5070

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Patent Law

 
Patent Litigation Intellectual Property Litigation Patents

Technology areas Financial Services Internet Electrical Engineering Semiconductors Medical Devices Pharmaceuticals Biochemistry

Education 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

Professional experience 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.

Bar admissions Admitted to the bar in New York and Delaware. Registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark

 
 
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