Apple v. Samsung
Counsel for Samsung in multiple patent infringement actions pertaining to smartphone technology in the Northern District of California and the International Trade Commission.
Motorola v. Apple:
Counsel for Motorola Mobility in a patent infringement action pertaining to smartphone technology in the Southern District of Florida.
TRW Automotive v. Magna Electronics
Counsel for Magna as complainant and respondent in two International Trade Commission cases relating to vision-based driver assistance systems.
Philips v. WAC Lighting
Counsel for WAC Lighting in an eight-patent infringement action pertaining to LED technology and related circuitry in the District of Massachusetts.
Counsel for Finisar in multiple patent infringement cases relating to optical switching technologies used for data routing and transmission.
Counsel for Zond in patent cases against Intel, TSMC, AMD, and others in the District of Massachusetts in actions pertaining to high-density plasma formation and sputtering processes in semiconductor manufacturing.
Counsel for Seoul Semiconductor in multiple patent infringement actions in the Southern District of Florida and Central District of California pertaining to LED and lens technology used in television backlighting.
France Telecom v. Marvell Semiconductor
Counsel for Marvell in a patent infringement action brought in the Southern District of New York relating to error correction in mobile communications.
Cheetah Omni v. Verizon
Counsel for Cheetah Omni in a patent infringement action relating to optical fiber networks in the Eastern District of Texas.
Allen & Overy LLP
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP
Brooks Kushman P.C.
Michigan Law School
(J.D., 2010, cum laude)
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
(B.S., Electrical Engineering 2006, summa cum laude)
Tau Beta Pi
Completed Masters coursework in Electrical Engineering
Mike’s practice focuses on patent litigation in federal courts, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, and the International Trade Commission. Mike has represented clients in patent infringement disputes dealing with a variety of technologies, including semiconductor processes and devices, optical switching and routing, mobile telecommunications and electronics, smartphone user interfaces, and advanced driver assistance systems. Mike’s desire to understand how things work drove him to take nearly every undergraduate course offered in electrical and computer engineering. As a graduate student, Mike focused on semiconductor devices and fabrication and performed research on nanoscale devices. Mike is often deeply involved in key technical issues during all phases of his cases, including claim construction, validity and infringement analyses, and presentation of highly technical issues to lay juries.