California Lawyer Magazine honored Kilpatrick Townsend’s Roger Cook as one of the 2015 California Lawyers of the Year (CLAY) in the category of Intellectual Property for his work on behalf of Sidense Corp. In addition to the comprehensive defense of patent infringement claims made by Kilopass, a primary competitor of Sidense, the Kilpatrick Townsend team’s successful arguments in support of attorney’s fees were referenced in the U.S. Supreme Court’s later ruling in Octane Fitness LLC v. Icon Health & Fitness Inc., setting the standard for bad faith that will pave the way for district courts to decide when ‘exceptional cases’ merit the recovery of attorney’s fees. More

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Employment litigation for major media conglomerate
Represented major media conglomerate in defending a lawsuit brought by a former employee alleging eighteen state law claims, including sexual more
Negotiation of an agreement for global manufacturer of sporting goods
Represented global manufacturer of sporting goods and apparel in connection with the negotiation of an agreement with Infor to license, implement and more
Innovative strategic alliance for Acuity Brands Lighting Inc.
Represented Acuity Brands Lighting Inc, one of the world's leading providers of lighting fixtures and related products and services, in connection more
Schoenhaus v. Genesco Inc.
The firm served as lead counsel for Genesco Inc. in defense of patent infringement allegations relating to an orthotic device. Plaintiffs more