EMG Technology, LLC v. Apple, Inc.

Filing 209

MOTION to Change Venue by Apple, Inc., American Airlines, Inc., Dell Inc., Hyatt Corporation, Marriott International, Inc., Barnes & Noble, Inc.. (Attachments: # 1 Declaration, # 2 Exhibit A, # 3 Exhibit B, # 4 Exhibit C, # 5 Exhibit D, # 6 Exhibit E, # 7 Exhibit F, # 8 Exhibit G, # 9 Exhibit H, # 10 Exhibit I, # 11 Exhibit J, # 12 Exhibit K - Part 1, # 13 Exhibit K - Part 2, # 14 Exhibit L, # 15 Exhibit M, # 16 Exhibit N, # 17 Exhibit O, # 18 Exhibit P, # 19 Exhibit Q, # 20 Exhibit R, # 21 Exhibit S, # 22 Exhibit T, # 23 Exhibit U, # 24 Exhibit V, # 25 Exhibit W, # 26 Text of Proposed Order)(Rambin, Daymon)

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EMG Technology, LLC v. Apple, Inc. Doc. 209 Att. 7 EXHIBIT F Dockets.Justia.com Thomas E. Ciotti Senior Counsel Primary Office: Palo Alto Email: tciotti@mofo.com Phone: (650) 813-5702 Fax: (650) 494-0792 Download vCard Print page Education Email page University of Michigan (B.S., 1961) University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 1964) Bar Admissions Admitted only in California U.S. Patent & Trademark Thomas E. Ciotti is a partner and co-founder of the Venture Intellectual Property group, and founder of the biotechnology/chemistry, medical device, and greentech patent groups at Morrison & Foerster LLP. Mr. Ciotti has over 40 years of experience in life sciences intellectual property law and is regularly acknowledged by his peers as one of the top life sciences intellectual property lawyers in the United States. Mr. Ciotti is one of a distinguished group of attorneys who have been listed in The Best Lawyers in America for ten years. He was one of the first biotechnology patent attorneys and represented, and continues to represent, universities and corporations that pioneered the field of biotechnology. For many years Mr. Ciotti's practice revolved around counseling emerging life science companies, not only in the chemistry/biotech field, but also in the medical device field. In the course of doing so, he has served as principal intellectual property counsel to numerous biotechnology and medical device companies. Due diligence counseling from both the investor and company sides has always been a significant part of his practice. In recent years venture side due diligence has become the mainstay of Mr. Ciotti's practice and a critical and important part of Morrison & Foerster's intellectual property practice. With the recent interest in renewable energy/cleantech by the venture capital community, Mr. Ciotti's practice has grown to include those technologies. Mr. Ciotti holds chemical engineering and law degrees from the University of Michigan. He was president of the San Francisco Intellectual Property Law Association and has served as chairman of the Intellectual Property Section of the State Bar of California. Office Home Contact Offices Site Map Help Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Secure Login Alumni Attorney Search Expertise Business Methods International Practice IP Related Business Transactions Patent Trademark Industry Thomas M. Coester | Of Counsel Office: Los Angeles Phone: 310-207-3800 Fax: 310-820-5988 tom_coester@bstz.com Practice areas include procuring and policing of both patent and trademark rights in the United States and internationally; validity and infringement analysis; intellectual property licensing and patent and trademark litigation. Communications Computer/Related Technologies Electronics Internet Technologies Mechanical Representative Patents Patent #: 5,835,784 System For Booting Processor From Remote Memory By Preventing Host Processor From Configuring An Environment Of Processor While Configuring An Interface Unit Between Processor And Remote Memory Patent #: 5,848,288 Method And Apparatus For Accommodating Different Issue Width Implementations Of VLIW Architectures Patent #: 5,892,377 Method And Apparatus For Reducing Leakage Currents In An I/O Buffer Patent #: 6,035,438 Method And Apparatus For Defeating Ballistic Projectiles Patent #: 6,038,234 Early Arbitration On A Full Duplex Bus Bar Admissions CA, Bar # 174461 Court Admissions Central District of California (1994) U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (1997) Law School University of Iowa Undergraduate/Graduate Education University of Iowa B.S., Electrical Engineering PTO Reg. #: 39,637 Assistant Contact Information Susan Manriquez Phone: 310-207-3800 susan_manriquez@bstz.com Scott W. Doyle Partner scott.doyle@shearman.com Intellectual Property & Technology Litigation Litigation Financial Services Media, Electronics & Telecommunications Medical Devices Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences Education Washington, DC T: +1 202 508 8170 F: +1 202 661 7319 Add to Outlook The George Washington University Law School, LL.M., 1997, with highest honors George Mason University, School of Law, J.D., 1993 George Washington University, M.S.E.E., 1988 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, B.S.E.E., 1984 Practice Mr. Doyle is a partner in the Litigation Group of Shearman & Sterling. Mr. Doyle is co-chair of the firm's intellectual property litigation practice and has extensive experience in the areas of intellectual property litigation, particularly patents and trade secrets, and in technology transactions and global patent strategy. Mr. Doyle has been lead counsel in multiple litigations in courts throughout the United States, and has participated in all aspects of alternative dispute resolution. In trying a complex case, he is successful at taking complex material and simplifying the presentations of both law and technology to the bench and to a jury. He is also skilled at developing successful strategies for resolving disputes for his clients. He has litigated cases including a wide range of technologies including telecommunications, VoIP telephony, computer hardware and software, photolithography machines, set top box technologies, chemical compositions, medical devices, bar scanning devices, mechanical devices, among others. As an electrical engineer prior to practicing law, he helped design and develop nextgeneration military satellite and terrestrial communications systems. Recent Experience Currently representing Synchrome Technologies, Inc. in a patent litigation case pending in the District Court of Delaware. Synchrome is the plaintiff alleging patent infringement against several disk drive manufacturers and users on patents relating to disk drive technology. Represented a large communications company in a trade secret matter. Mr. Doyle obtained an admission of misappropriation and an agreement by the opponent party to discontinue use of client's trade secrets and cease shipping the compromised products. Nikon v. ASML et al. (N.D. of California) Represented Nikon in major photolithography patent case. Payment of $145 million to Nikon. Macrovision Corporation v. Motorola, Inc. (N.D. of California) Represented Motorola against Macrovision in patent and contract disputes involving analog copy protection technology. Case settled. Represented defendant in disputes involving trade secrets, IP ownership, and breach of contract. Mr. Doyle was successful in getting plaintiff to voluntarily dismiss all claims with no payment or other consideration by defendant. Vonage v. Nortel et al. (N.D. Tex. & D. Del.) Represented Vonage in multiple patent cases where Nortel was asserting 12 patents against Vonage and Vonage was asserting 3 patents against Nortel and others. Case settled. Software AG v. BEA (D. Del. and E.D.V.A.) Represented BEA Systems against Software AG, including the defense of an action for patent infringement in the District of Delaware, the assertion of infringement claims against Software AG in the Eastern District of Virginia, and the successful initiation of reexamination proceedings before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, leading to settlement of all litigation. Represented Vonage in a three-week trial before the Eastern District of Virginia and on appeal at the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. IPT v. Motorola, Inc. (N.D. of Illinois) Represented defendant Motorola in patent case involving four patents. Case settled. Ronald Katz Licensing v. Amtrak et al. (E.D. Tex. and C.D of Ca.) Represented Amtrak in patent case relating to automatic telephone call processing technology. Case settled. ACTV, Inc. v. The Walt Disney Company (Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, S.D.N.Y.) Managed litigation as in-house counsel resulting in victory at the Federal Circuit on claim construction. Mr. Doyle was an expert witness for Bancorp in the Hartford Insurance v. Bancorp case resulting in a victory in the District Court. Selected Professional & Business Activities Former Member of the Board of Advisors for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Publications Big Suits: Verizon v. Vonage, October 2006, IP Law & Business Power of IP Competitive Intelligence, October 31, 2005, Israeli-America Chamber of Commerce, Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights Panel Moderator, Demystifying Section 337 Investigations at the ITC, June 2006 Panel Moderator, AIPLA Spring 2005 Conference Intellectual Property Reform After the Uruguay Round, Minn. Inst. Legal Education, September 1995 Performance of DSCS Extremely High Frequency Satellite Signals in Simultaneous Fading and Optimized Jamming, October 1990, Military Communications Conference Proceedings Performance of Frequency Hopped MSK Modulated Signals in Jamming and Additive White Gaussian Noise, October 1990, Military Communications Conference Proceedings Honors Mr. Doyle has been recognized as one of the leading individuals in patent law, Chambers USA, America's Leading Business Lawyers (2009, 2008, 2006, 2005) Mr. Doyle was named the Intellectual Property "Young Gun" and also a "Leading Lawyer" by the Washington Business Journal, 2004 Mr. Doyle was listed as a Super Lawyer in Washington, DC Super Lawyers 2008 and 2009 for Intellectual Property and IP Litigation Mr. Doyle was named a Leading Patent Lawyer in Euromoney's Guide to the World's Leading Patent Lawyers, 2007 Bar Admissions/Qualifications District of Columbia Virginia Registered Patent Attorney, United States Patent and Trademark Office Courts United States Circuit Courts for the Federal Circuit United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia Practice Areas U.S. and international patent preparation and prosecution. Admitted to the Bar U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Education Purdue University, B.S.E.E., 1969 John E. Gunther jgunther@socalip.com Tel: (805) 230-1350 Ext. 312 310 N. Westlake Blvd., Suite 120 Westlake Village, CA 91362-3788 Resident in Westlake Village and Irvine Offices Highlights John E. Gunther is a patent agent with SoCal IP Law Group. He was admitted to the Patent Bar in February, 1999. John's technical experience includes electro-optical systems and components, liquid crystal devices, radar and RF systems, electronics, mechanical systems, and manufacturing methods. John has a total of nearly 30 years of technology development and management experience at Northrop-Grumman, Texas Instruments, Hughes Electronics, and several commercial start-up companies. He was an inventor on 24 U.S. Patents. Examples of some patents John prepared are listed here: 6,816,650 Planar lightwave filter device Polarizer apparatus for producing a generally polarized beam of light Low-observability, wide-field-of-view, situation awareness viewing device Wide-angle collimating optical device Polarizer apparatus for producing a generally polarized beam of light Reflective optical polarizer device with controlled light distribution and liquid crystal display incorporating the same Polarizer apparatus for producing a generally polarized beam of light Color filter and color picture display device using the same Polarizer apparatus for producing a generally polarized beam of light Reflective optical polarizer device with controlled light distribution and liquid crystal display incorporating the same Dual mode reflective/transmissive liquid crystal display apparatus Wide FOV simulator heads-up display with selective holographic reflector combined Holographic color filters for display applications, and operating method Photopolymer holographic decal for plastic substrate Dual image CHMSLs without holography Encoded hologram for producing a machine readable image and a human readable image Holographic parking assistance device Universal stand-alone holographic center high mounted stoplight Diffraction optics diffusing screen Directional diffusing screen with suppressed zero-order light Liquid crystal display system using fiber optic faceplates Fiber optic light traps for electro-optical 6,710,921 6,693,749 6,563,638 6,452,724 6,348,995 6,208,463 6,141,124 6,108,131 6,081,376 5,986,730 5,907,416 5,764,389 5,702,805 5,541,825 5,499,116 5,406,395 5,101,193 4,586,781 4,586,780 4,349,817 4,344,668 display devices About |Professionals |Offices |Services |FAQ |Forms |Tombstones |Careers |Extranet HOME ABOUT US PRACTICE AREAS ATTORNEY PROFILES MEDIA RECRUITING CONTACT US Jeon, Jun-Young E. Partner Pasadena (626) 795-9900 jun-young.jeon@cph.com Intellectual Property Strategy, International Intellectual Property, Patents, Trademarks and Unfair Competition, Transactions and Licensing Biography Jun-Young E. Jeon joined Christie Parker & Hale in 1999. He has over ten years experience in intellectual property law. His practice focuses on patent prosecution, counseling and opinions for clients in the United States and the Asia-Pacific region. Mr. Jeon has particular technical expertise in the fields of display devices, OLEDs, plasma displays, LCDs, electron emission displays, secondary batteries, battery management systems, fuel cells, analog and digital electronics, communications and semiconductor devices. Admitted State Bar of California, 1999 U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Education J.D. degree from Southwestern University M.S. degree in electrical engineering from School of Law, 1999 California State University, Long Beach, 1995 B.S. degree in electrical engineering from California Institute of Technology, 1991 Professional Activities Pasadena Bar Association Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association Intellectual Property Owners Association, Asian Pacific Practice Committee Personal Background Mr. Jeon is fluent in Korean. First Name: Last Name: Email: Phone: Subject: Message: Contacting a Christie, Parker & Hale, LLP attorney through this service does not create an attorney-client relationship. Confidential information should not be sent via this form. I have read and agree with the above statement. Submit 350 W. Colorado Blvd. Suite 500 Pasadena, CA 91105-1836 Telephone: (626) 795-9900 3501 Jamboree Road North Tower, Suite 6000 Newport Beach, CA 92660-2960 Telephone: (949) 476-0757 Site Map | Copyright | Disclaimer Attorney Search Jonathan S. Miller | Partner Office: Los Angeles Phone: 310-207-3800 Fax: 310-820-5988 jonathan_miller@bstz.com Expertise Copyright International Practice Litigation Support Patent Industry Communications Computer/Related Technologies Electronics Internet Technologies Mechanical Jonathan Miller is a member of the Patent practice group. Jonathan's practice is focused on patent portfolio management for small, medium and large clients, including management of patent prosecution, patent filings, assisting clients in identifying products and ideas for patent protection, and international patent filing and management. Also, Jonathan provides patent litigation support and related assistance to clients including infringement analysis, validity review, and patentability search and review. Jonathan works with clients in the fields of consumer electronics, software, toys, medical devices, computer architecture, mechanical devices, and networking. Affiliations National Association of Muslim Lawyers Bar Admissions CA, Bar # 219116 Law School Indiana University School of Law Undergraduate/Graduate Education Indiana University B.A., Political Science/Near Eastern Languages and Cultures High Distinction magna cum laude M.S., Computer Science PTO Reg. #: 48,534 Assistant Contact Information Melissa Stead Phone: 310-207-3800 melissa_stead@bstz.com Practice Areas Intellectual property strategy, licensing and contracts, patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets Admitted to the Bar California, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Education University of Maryland, B.S.E.E., 1986 Boston University, J.D., 1991 Steven C. Sereboff ssereboff@socalip.com Tel: (805) 230-1350 Ext. 220 310 N. Westlake Blvd., Suite 120 Westlake Village, CA 91362-3788 Resident in Westlake Village and Irvine Offices Highlights Steve Sereboff is recognized as a premiere intellectual property strategist. Clients rely on Steve not only for great patents, they also depend on his economic and business acumen to guide their decisions on what to patent and where. Steve's clients rely on him for pragmatic advice on managing corporate risks arising from IP. He regularly advises clients on how to leverage their IP rights, and how to avoid claims of infringing others' IP rights. Steve Sereboff has specialized in intellectual property law since 1991. His practice includes licensing and contracts, patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. He holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, and had seven years of experience in the computer software business before earning his law degree from Boston University. While at Boston University, Mr. Sereboff founded Boston University's Technology, Science and Law Association, and was employed by MIT to negotiate and manage software licenses. His technical expertise includes many aspects of computers (both software and hardware) and myriad electronic and electrical devices, their operation and manufacture. Steve Sereboff is the President of the Conejo Valley Bar Association. Media Steve's opinion was sought and Steve was quoted in the following high-tech patent news stories. Software theft hits Solid Oak , Pacific Coast Business Times, June 19, 2009 'Patent Assassins' ad stirs reform debate, EE Times, April 21, 2009 Court rulings usher in new era of patent reform, The Southeast Texas Record, April 1, 2009 Patent reform bill works its way through Senate, again, The Southeast Texas Record, March 26, 2009 Patent 'trolls' upended in East Texas, The Southeast Texas Record, March 19, 2009 Ward at center of flight-plan change in Texas 'rocket docket', The Southeast Texas Record, March 3, 2009 Upper court ruling could mean slow burn for Texas 'rocket docket', The Southeast Texas Record, February 23, 2009 Articles A New Bright Line Rule for Electronics Patents - A "Circuit" is more than a "Means" (published in Japanese) Sinking Submarines from the Depths of the PTO Sea, IP Today (November, 2002) Recordation of Security Interests in IP Rights, Intellectual Property Today (May, 2000) New Requirements in Patent Marking and Notice, Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society (October, 1994) The Law of Marking and Notice Further Developed by the Federal Circuit: The Amsted Case, The Law Works (August, 1994) Intellectual Property Issues Facing Japanese Companies Acquiring American Businesses, International Legal Strategy, (September 15, 1993) (published in Japanese) Case Note: Matsushita v. Justsystem, Intellectual Property Today, (June, 2006) About |Professionals |Offices |Services |FAQ |Forms |Tombstones |Careers |Extranet Main Bio Brennan Swain's practice emphasizes patent and trademark and copyright law, including prosecution, litigation and client counseling. In the patent field, he is particularly adept in the mechanical arts. More >> Education Practices Associations J.D., 1996, Regent University School of Law B.S.M.E., 1993, cum laude, Messiah College Intellectual Property Member, American Bar Association, Section on Intellectual Property Law Member, New York State Bar Association, Section on Intellectual Property Law American Intellectual Property Law Association Captain, Lacrosse Team, Messiah College American Jurisprudence Award in Contracts and Property, Regent University School of Law State Bar of New York State Bar of California U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Awards & Recognition Bar Admissions BRENNAN C. 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