Carrie A. Beyer litigates a broad range of intellectual property cases in federal trial and appellate courts throughout the country, with a particular focus on litigation of complex and sophisticated patent infringement and validity matters. She also has significant experience litigating contract, trademark, trade dress, copyright, false advertising, trade secret, fraud and unfair competition claims. Carrie represents plaintiffs and defendants in varied industries in all phases of litigation, from pre-suit investigations through trial and appeal. Prior cases have related to technologies as varied as multifocal contact lenses, user interfaces for retail websites, medical records software, apparel, container inspection systems, fastener feeding systems, wireless phones, portable music players, digital cameras, modular jacks and advertising display systems.
Carrie’s experience includes work as a key member of trial teams in Delaware, California, and Illinois, including teams that obtained a jury verdict of patent infringement and a directed defense verdict on trademark, false advertising, and unfair competition claims during a bench trial.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Carrie A. Beyer