Michael’s intellectual property practice focuses primarily on patent litigation. His work encompasses client counseling and case strategy, motion practice, discovery practice and management, expert discovery, and Markman and summary judgment briefing and argument. Michael has litigated cases in the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the International Trade Commission, and numerous U.S. District Courts.
Defended respondent wiper blade manufacturing companies in International Trade Commission investigation. Oversaw day-to-day management of case, including discovery practice, motions practice, expert discovery, Markman briefing and argument preparation, as well as fact witness depositions.
Defended respondent marine electronics company in International Trade Commission
investigation. Oversaw day-to-day management of case, including discovery production and review, motions practice, coordination with expert discovery, as well as deposition preparation and defense.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Michael B. Marion