Mr. Doyle’s practice focuses on patent litigation disputes for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, electronics, and other technology companies. He has a wealth of jury trial experience in patent cases, including numerous multi-week jury trials in the past five years. Boasting a truly nationwide practice, Mr. Doyle is currently serving as lead trial counsel in patent cases pending in New York, New Jersey, Texas, Delaware, Colorado, Nevada, and California. His last patent trial was an Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) case in the New Jersey District Court from February 27 to March 9, 2012. He also has a long and distinguished track record of serving as lead appellate counsel in cases before the Federal Circuit. His most recent Federal Circuit appeal resulted in an affirmance of a 2011 trial victory on June 17, 2012.
Mr. Doyle was named Best Lawyer’s "San Diego Litigation – Patent Lawyer of the Year" for 2013, an honor given to a single lawyer in the metropolitan area. He was also named as a 2011 BTI Client Service All-Star by corporate counsel in recognition of his excellence in client service and was honored in The National Law Journal's 2010 Winning list of the nation's most accomplished trial lawyers. He is perennially selected as a top IP lawyer in the United States by Chambers USA, was selected for the eighth year in a row as a top IP attorney by his peers in Best Lawyers in America 2013, and in 2006, 2007, 2010, 2012, and 2013 was ranked as one of the top 10 IP lawyers in the United States by U.S. Lawyer Rankings. In 2013, the Daily Journal named Mr. Doyle one of the Top 75 IP Litigators in California, and every year since 2005 both the San Diego Daily Transcript and the Los Angeles Times have recognized Mr. Doyle as one of Southern California’s leading IP attorneys.
Mr. Doyle is also active in community legal interests. Currently, he is chairman of the board of directors for the Kyoto Prize Symposium, a legal, corporate, and scientific organization that recognizes international scientific achievement. Upon invitation by the U.S. District Court, he also has chaired three Magistrate Selection attorney committees for the Southern District Court of California. He is presently serving on the Southern District of California’s Committee to revise the Patent Case Local Rules.