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OVERVIEW

Casey Campbell
Associate

Chicago

One N. Wacker Drive
Suite 4400
Chicago, IL 60606-2833

P 312-214-4828

F 312-759-5646

OVERVIEW

Casey Campbell
Associate

Chicago

One N. Wacker Drive
Suite 4400
Chicago, IL 60606-2833

P 312-214-4828

F 312-759-5646

Casey Campbell 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 patent and trademark development strategies for clients before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and abroad.

Casey Campbell 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 patent and trademark development strategies for clients before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and abroad.

OVERVIEW

Casey Campbell 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 patent and trademark development strategies for clients before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and abroad.

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 LED light fixtures, semiconductor, smartphone, wireless communications, and digital entertainment industries.

In addition to his litigation experience, Casey has handled IP asset management, counseling and opinion work. He has performed due diligence investigations in connection with business acquisitions.

Casey has also prepared and reviewed license agreements and joint development and confidentiality agreements. Additionally, he has prosecuted patent applications in the mechanical and electrical arts, including football helmets, lighting fixtures, exercise equipment and smartphone applications.

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 before entering law school. Additionally, he researched and authored a number of publications relating to LEDs, transistors, sensors and low-temperature polymers.

EXPERIENCE
  • Defended a lighting products company against allegations of infringing patents directed to LED flashlights; case resolved on favorable settlement terms shortly after the complaint was filed
  • Defended a lighting products company against allegations of infringing patents directed to LED flashlights; case resolved on favorable settlement terms within weeks of complaint being filed and prior art identified
  • Defended a leading light manufacture against allegations of infringing a patent directed an LED light fixture; case settled on favorable terms
  • Represented the largest manufacturer of children wagons in offensive IP infringement action involving plastic wagons; case settled on favorable terms
  • Defended a hardware retailer against allegations of infringing patents directed to smartphone application; case resolved on favorable settlement terms shortly after the complaint was filed
  • Defended an Italian company against allegations of infringing a patent directed to a multi-function cooking appliance; case settled on favorable terms
  • Defended a leading archery company against allegations of infringing a patent directed to an archery training bow; case settled on favorable terms
  • Defended a smartphone manufacture against allegations of infringing multiple patents directed to GPS guided directions on map applications; case settled on favorable terms
  • Defended a smartphone manufacture against allegations of infringing multiple patents directed to sending of emoticons over a wireless network; case settled on favorable terms
  • Defended a smartphone manufacture against allegations of infringing multiple patents that were directed to various wireless technologies; favorable jury verdict was rendered after a six day trial
  • Defended an internet search engine against allegations of infringing a patent directed at the playing of videos on a smartphone; case settled on favorable terms within weeks of complaint being filed and a Section 101 motion being filed
  • Represented a manufacturer of residential ventilation products in offensive and defensive patent infringement actions involving bathroom exhaust fans and accessories; case settled on favorable terms
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