Martin Noonen is a partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property Group. He focuses on patent litigation, and he represents clients in a wide range of technologies, including telecommunications, medical devices, interactive programming guides, semiconductors, picture-in-picture televisions, software, computer storage devices, GPS navigation, and musical instruments.
With his background in electrical engineering, Mr. Noonen has been litigating patent cases for almost 20 years for clients such as Verizon Wireless, Research In Motion, Yamaha and Mitsubishi. Although Mr. Noonen is based in Los Angeles, his practice is nationwide. He has helped achieve very favorable results for clients accused of patent infringement in a variety of jurisdictions, including in California, Texas, Delaware, Colorado, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Ohio, and before the International Trade Commission.
In addition to his extensive trial court experience, Mr. Noonen also has helped to preserve district court victories on appeals before the Federal Circuit. Mr. Noonen is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and has worked with the firm’s post-grant practice to file requests to reexamine patents asserted in litigation matters in which he represents alleged infringers.
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