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The Katz Firm has obtained for its clients millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements, and has also successfully defended claims made against clients.  Of course, no one can guarantee outcomes.

Representative Matters:

  • Brite Smart Corp. v. Google Inc. (Eastern District of Texas) – Representing plaintiff in enforcement of a portfolio of patents involving click-fraud detection methods.
  • Lexington Luminance LLC v. Amazon.com, Inc. and Amazon Digital Services, Inc. (District of Massachusetts) – Representing plaintiff in enforcement of a patent involving LED lighting devices.
  • Lexington Luminance LLC v. Google Inc. (District of Massachusetts) – Representing plaintiff in enforcement of a patent involving LED lighting devices.
  • Lexington Luminance LLC v. Feit Electric Company (District of Massachusetts) – Represented plaintiff in enforcement of a patent involving LED lighting devices.  The parties settled on confidential terms shortly before trial.
  • Lexington Luminance LLC v. Lighting Science Group Corporation (District of Massachusetts) - Represented plaintiff in enforcement of a patent involving LED lighting devices.  The parties settled on confidential terms.
  • Lexington Luminance LLC v. Osram Sylvania, Inc. (District of Massachusetts) - Represented plaintiff in enforcement of a patent involving LED lighting devices.  The parties settled on confidential terms.
  • Clearline Technologies Ltd. v. Cooper B-Line, Inc., et al. (Southern District of Texas) - Represented plaintiff in asserting trade dress and trademark infringement claims involving rooftop support products.  In October 2012, the Houston jury returned a verdict finding trademark and trade dress infringement and awarded damages of $5.86 million.
  • Clearline Technologies Ltd. v. Cooper B-Line, Inc. (Southern District of Illinois) - Represented plaintiff in enforcement of a patent involving rooftop support devices.  The parties settled on confidential terms.
  • Clearline Technologies Ltd. v. Cooper B-Line, Inc. (Madison County, Illinois) – Representing plaintiff in asserting breach of contract claims involving a proprietary information agreement.
  • Z Produx, Inc. v. Ofra Cosmetics, LLC (Central District of California) – Representing plaintiff in enforcement of a design patent involving make-up palettes.
  • Luxpro Corporation v. Apple, Inc. (Northern District of California) – Represented plaintiff in asserting unfair competition claims involving portable music player devices.  The parties settled on confidential terms.
  • Klausner Technologies, Inc. v. Aastra Technologies LTD, et al. (District of Delaware) – Represented defendant Aastra USA Inc. in a patent suit involving menus used on the displays of wireline phones.  The parties settled on confidential terms.
  • VirnetX, Inc. v. Cisco Systems, Inc., et al. (Eastern District of Texas) – Represented defendant Aastra Technologies Limited in a patent suit involving voice over IP ("VoIP") technology.  The parties settled on confidential terms.