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This leads to eventual settlement resulting in payment of over $370,000 to HKW and its client. Doug Kertscher, Julie Burke and Travis Cashbaugh lead the HKW team at trial.
Arguing on behalf of Impact Products in defense of a patent infringement suit filed in the US District Court for the District of Delaware by Rubbermaid Commercial Products, Steve Hill and Vivek Ganti obtained a very narrow claim construction of the patent in question.
After the end of two hours of oral argument, the Court announced the ruling in favor of Impact from the bench. With this narrow claim construction, Impact expects to obtain a summary judgment of non-infringement, or a settlement dismissing the suit.
HKW, Steve Hill has been named to the 2019 edition of Intellectual Asset Management’s Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Practitioners. This distinguished list is derived from an extensive research process and seeks to identify the leading intellectual property professionals across the globe. This is the sixth year in a row that IAM has recognized Steve Hill… Read More »
The 7th Annual IP Gala hosted by the IP Section of the State Bar of Georgia will be held on February 22, 2019 at the Georgia Aquarium.
HKW Attorneys Martha Decker and Steve Hill have successfully defended California flooring company Alston, Inc., its president Alan Chou and Christopher Dillon against a lawsuit brought by Georgia flooring company Home Legend. The suit accused Dillonof conspiring with Chou and Alston to violate state and federal racketeering laws while Dillon was an employee of Home… Read More »
Hill, Kertscher & Wharton, LLP is pleased to announce that it has been ranked in the top 20 law firms for performance on behalf of Petitioners in Inter Partes Reviews (“IPR”) in Patexia’s 2018 IPR Intelligence Report. The report recognized the firm as No.16 nationally. An IPR is trial proceeding conducted at the United… Read More »
HKW attorneys Blake Frye and Travis Cashbaugh recently won a reversal at the Georgia Supreme Court for clients seeking to recover damages due to food poisoning
The case is the first in which the Georgia Supreme Court has ever issued an opinion in a food poisoning case. It represents a major change in Georgia law regarding the ability of plaintiffs to prove food poisoning claims to a jury through circumstantial evidence. https://www.law.com/dailyreportonline/2018/08/21/supreme-court-warms-up-food-poisoning-suit-against-bbq-caterer/