Dan Hubin

Dan Hubin

Education

University of Wisconsin (B.A., 2005)
University of Chicago Law School (J.D., 2011)

Bar Admissions

California

Dan Hubin is an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property Group. Mr. Hubin focuses his practice on patent litigation in district courts and before the International Trade Commission. He has worked on cases involving semiconductor technology, haptics, mechanical devices, and software methods. He has experience handling discovery, taking and defending depositions, and arguing motions in court. Mr. Hubin also has trial experience as second chair in a six week bench trial on breach of contract claims, during which he conducted direct and cross‑examination of over 25 witnesses.

Mr. Hubin received his J.D. with high honors from the University of Chicago Law School, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and named a Kirkland & Ellis Scholar. While in law school, he served as a judicial intern to Justice David T. Prosser of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Mr. Hubin received his B.A. in philosophy from the University of Wisconsin, where he was the recipient of the Larry Temkin prize for best undergraduate essay in moral philosophy for his essay “Against the Golden Rule: A Defense of the ‘Inconsistencies’ of a Pro-Choice Position.”

Certain Mobile Electronic Devices Incorporating Haptics
(International Trade Commission, 337-TA-834). Represented Immersion Corporation as complainant in a Section 337 Investigation instituted against Motorola Mobility, Inc., HTC Corporation, and HTC America, Inc. relating to infringement of patents covering haptics technology in mobile devices. Case settled on favorable terms.
U.S. Ethernet Innovations, LLC v. Acer, Inc., et al.
(Northern District of California). Representing Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu America, Inc. in patent infringement suit brought by non-practicing entity alleging infringement of patents related to computer network controllers by Fujitsu laptops and servers. Defendants awarded summary judgment of non-infringement, which was affirmed on appeal to the Federal Circuit. Argued successful motion for costs.
Gellyfish Technology of Texas, LLC v. Fujitsu Limited, et al.
(Eastern District of Texas). Represented Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu America, Inc. in patent infringement suit brought by non-practicing entity alleging infringement of patents related to ergonomic wrist pads by Fujitsu laptops. Negotiated settlement of case on favorable terms.
PanTaurus v. Fujitsu America, Inc.
(Eastern District of Texas). Represented Fujitsu America, Inc. in patent infringement suit brought by non-practicing entity alleging infringement by Fujitsu laptops. Negotiated settlement of case on favorable terms.
NorthPeak Wireless, LLC v. 3Com Corp., et al.
(Northern District of California). Representing Fujitsu America, Inc. in patent infringement suit brought by non-practicing entity alleging infringement of patents related to wireless communications by Fujitsu laptop and desktop computers. Plaintiff stipulated to non-infringement following claim construction.
Certain Mobile Electronic Devices Incorporating Haptics
(International Trade Commission, 337-TA-834). Represented Immersion Corporation as complainant in a Section 337 Investigation instituted against Motorola Mobility, Inc., HTC Corporation, and HTC America, Inc. relating to infringement of patents covering haptics technology in mobile devices. Case settled on favorable terms.
U.S. Ethernet Innovations, LLC v. Acer, Inc., et al.
(Northern District of California). Representing Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu America, Inc. in patent infringement suit brought by non-practicing entity alleging infringement of patents related to computer network controllers by Fujitsu laptops and servers. Defendants awarded summary judgment of non-infringement, which was affirmed on appeal to the Federal Circuit. Argued successful motion for costs.
Gellyfish Technology of Texas, LLC v. Fujitsu Limited, et al.
(Eastern District of Texas). Represented Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu America, Inc. in patent infringement suit brought by non-practicing entity alleging infringement of patents related to ergonomic wrist pads by Fujitsu laptops. Negotiated settlement of case on favorable terms.
PanTaurus v. Fujitsu America, Inc.
(Eastern District of Texas). Represented Fujitsu America, Inc. in patent infringement suit brought by non-practicing entity alleging infringement by Fujitsu laptops. Negotiated settlement of case on favorable terms.
NorthPeak Wireless, LLC v. 3Com Corp., et al.
(Northern District of California). Representing Fujitsu America, Inc. in patent infringement suit brought by non-practicing entity alleging infringement of patents related to wireless communications by Fujitsu laptop and desktop computers. Plaintiff stipulated to non-infringement following claim construction.

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