Casey represents clients in wide variety of technical fields while helping them develop, enforce, acquire and license valuable patent and trademark rights. In addition to his enforcement and litigation experience, Casey develops and implements strategies for obtaining and licensing patent and trademark rights.
Casey has substantial experience successfully representing plaintiffs and defendants in district court litigations, inter partes review (IPR) proceedings, and U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) investigations. These experiences have included representations that are related to wireless communications (e.g., 3G, 4G/LTE), smartphones, geolocation, light emitting diodes (“LED”), semiconductors, headphones, countertop appliances, consumer products, digital advertising, and delivery of digital content.
In addition to his litigation experience, Casey has handled IP asset management, licensing, opinion work, and investigations in connection with business acquisitions. He also has counseled client and prosecuted patent applications in the mechanical, electrical, and software arts, including sports equipment, digital memory architectures, 3D printing, scanning systems (e.g., LiDAR), non-fungible token (NFTs), blockchain, digital payment systems, cryptocurrency, neural networks, artificial intelligence, lighting fixtures, exercise equipment, smartphone applications, wireless communications (e.g., 3G, 4G/LTE, and 5G), and digital entertainment.
Prior to his private law firm experience, Casey was a judicial extern for the ITC. He also worked as a lead mechanical and electrical engineer in the private sector developing various wireless communication systems. Furthermore, he researched and authored a number of publications relating to LEDs, transistors, digital memory, sensors and low-temperature polymers.
Casey also has an active pro bono docket and mentors numerous law school students.
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