Philip’s practice is primarily focused on intellectual property matters with an emphasis on patents, trade secrets, trademarks, and trade dress. These matters involve a wide and diverse range of complex technologies, including electronics, mobile telecommunications, mobile devices, and medical devices. Philip has successfully represented clients in District Courts across the United States and before the US International Trade. In addition to litigation matters, Philip also regularly counsels clients on intellectual property acquisitions and divestitures.
Previously, Philip worked as an associate in the Silicon Valley office of an international law firm.
- Boston University School of Law (JD)
- University of Cincinnati (BS)
International Trade Commission
- Certain Food Waste Disposers and Components and Packaging Thereof (337-TA-838) - Trial counsel for respondent Anaheim Manufacturing in unusual Section 337 investigation involving patents, trademarks, and trade dress regarding garbage disposers. Won complete victory when the complainant unconditionally dropped all claims following the first day of trial.
- Certain Ceramic Capacitors and Products Containing Same (337-TA-692) - Trial counsel for respondent Samsung Electro Mechanical Co., Ltd. in a Section 337 case relating to multilayer ceramic capacitors. Prevailed on all three patents asserted at trial.
Federal District Court
- Intellectual Ventures I and II v. AT&T, Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile and US Cellular. Lead counsel in two cases involving 28 patents related to various aspects of telecommunications services including LTE and 3G infrastructure, SMS messaging, MMS messaging, web-based services and directory assistance technology.