Haug Partners is a full-service, national law firm that provides integrated multidisciplinary legal services for life science and technology companies. Our service offerings include: (i) Antitrust Litigation and Counseling; (ii) Commercial Litigation and Strategic Counseling; (iii) Due Diligence; (iv) FDA Compliance and Counseling; (v) Intellectual Property Enforcement; (vi) Intellectual Property Procurement and Strategy; (vii) International Trade Commission; (viii) Investigations, Compliance, and Risk Mitigation Services; (ix) Licensing and Transactions; and (x) Trademarks and Unfair Competition. With offices in New York, Washington, D.C., and Boston, and through relationships with firms in Germany, China, Japan, and other key international markets, Haug Partners has the resources, technical expertise, legal acumen, and business judgment to consistently deliver optimal outcomes for clients.
Consistently ranked among the top intellectual property firms in the nation and worldwide, Knobbe Martens dedicates its practice to all aspects of intellectual property and technology law, including patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. Knobbe Martens handles intellectual property litigation nationwide, including litigation at the district courts, the appellate courts, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and the International Trade Commission. Knobbe Martens has close to 275 attorneys and scientists, including over 125 attorneys dedicated to intellectual property litigation. The firm has offices in Orange County, California, Los Angeles, New York, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C., and enjoys an international reputation for excellence. More information about the firm can be found at www.knobbe.com.
Brian Murphy served as a Lead Administrative Patent Judge at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board from 2014–2017, where he presided over nearly 200 Inter Partes Review, Post Grant Review, and Covered Business Method Review proceedings. Brian drafted more than 60 substantive decisions and mentored numerous AIA trial section judges during his time as a PTAB Lead Judge. He is also a trial lawyer with thirty years of experience litigating and trying patent cases in the federal courts and International Trade Commission, with particular expertise in Hatch-Waxman patent litigation. Brian is the Chair of Haug Partners’ Post Grant Review Practice.
Ted M. Cannon has litigated intellectual property disputes in district courts, appellate courts, and the United States Patent and Trademark Office for more than 17 years. He represents both intellectual property owners and defendants across a range of industries, including computer hardware and software, medical devices, and financial products and services. Since the creation of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board in 2012, Mr. Cannon has consistently ranked among the most active PTAB litigators, trying more than 75 PTAB cases from filing through termination or final written decision, including more than 20 through appeal. He has also ranked among the highest performing PTAB attorneys. He is now serving as co-chair of the PTAB litigation practice group at Knobbe Martens.