Obtained a preliminary injunction on behalf of three real estate companies, preventing the defendant from using our clients' names to describe its real estate services. The District Court rejected the defendant's reliance on the nominative fair use defense. On appeal the Third Circuit adopted a new test for nominative fair use cases and remanded the case. The parties settled before any further proceedings on remand.

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In re NII Holdings
Represented creditors committee for NII Holdings Inc. (f.k.a. Nextel International) in connection with restructuring of more than $2 more
United States and international patent prosecution and counseling for Vanderbilt University
Represents Vanderbilt University in U.S. and international (China, Australia and European Patent Office) patent prosecutions in the area of methods more
Class action lawsuit involving Telephone Consumer Protection Act
Represented national telecommunications company in national class action involving alleged violations of the TCPA with exposure in excess of $50 more
Insurance coverage litigation for a government contractor regarding losses resulting from Hurricane Katrina
The firm represented a government contractor in litigation, successfully settled, regarding coverage for catastrophic property damage and business more