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Marc S. Blackman

Marc Blackman represents clients in high-stakes patent infringement cases in federal courts throughout the country as well as in the International Trade Commission. Marc handles cases involving a wide range of technology, including computer hardware and software, semiconductor structures and fabrication, mobile devices, digital cameras, image sensors, LEDs, flash memory, and other consumer electronics products.

Marc has nearly 20 years of experience litigating cases for plaintiffs and defendants to successful results. Marc pursues his clients’ business and legal goals, including promptly and efficiently resolving matters, such as through summary judgment or other motion practice. For example, he represented Texas Instruments in a patent infringement action before the ITC relating to digital signal processors. The case settled after the ITC granted summary determination of non-infringement for TI as to one of the accused product families. Marc also favorably settled a case on behalf of Kyocera after successful motion practice narrowed the scope of the case alleging infringement of patents relating to image sensor technology. [1]