Jason Choy - Partner

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Jason Choy

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Los Angeles
Phone: +1 213-680-8142
Fax: +1 213-808-8002
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Professional Profile

Jason Choy’s practice focuses on patent litigation involving a wide range of technologies, including medical devices, computer software, semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, and internet and cellular communication hardware.

Representative Matters

Representing Intel Corporation in a declaratory judgment action against Future Link Systems, LLC related to microprocessor technology.

Representing Medtronic MiniMed, Inc. against Animas Corp. in a patent infringement litigation involving insulin pump technology.

Represented Cisco Systems, Inc. against Net Navigation Systems, LLC in a patent infringement litigation involving internet routing and switching products.

Represented McAfee, Inc. against Finjan, Inc. in a patent infringement litigation related to anti-malware software and hardware.

Represented Warsaw Orthopedic, Inc. against NuVasive, Inc. in a patent infringement trial involving direct lateral spinal fusion technology resulting in a $101.2 million verdict for plaintiff Warsaw.

Represented GlaxoSmithKline against Apotex, Inc. in patent infringement and antitrust litigation involving the prescription antidepressant Paxil.

Represented IBM in a patent infringement litigation involving database technology.

Represented Alcatel-Lucent against Dell Computer in a patent infringement trial in Sherman, Texas resulting in a complete defense verdict on two Dell patents relating to Web-based systems.

Represented Charter Communications against Hybrid Patents, Inc. in a patent infringement trial in Marshall, Texas resulting in a complete defense verdict on four Hybrid patents relating to high-speed data networking over cable.

Represented Cisco Systems, Inc. against Fenner Investments, Ltd. in a multi-patent infringement litigation involving mobile data technologies.

Represented Alcatel-Lucent against Microsoft Corp., Dell Inc., and Gateway, Inc. in a multi-patent trial involving perceptual audio coding resulting in a jury verdict for plaintiff Alcatel-Lucent.


Courts

United States District Court for the Southern District of New York

United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York

United States District Court for the Central District of California

United States District Court for the Southern District of California

United States District Court for the Northern District of California

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