David E.Anderson


Columbus + 1.614.281.3617

David Anderson is a patent litigator with experience across a broad range of technologies, including electrical power distribution systems, wearable technology, integrated circuits, computer security systems, and medical devices. He has participated in all phases of patent litigation, from conducting pre-suit investigations through drafting Federal Circuit appeal briefs. He also has considerable experience in inter partes reviews (IPRs) at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), the Court of Federal Claims (COFC), and the International Trade Commission (ITC).

David maintains an active pro bono practice, including work with local landlord-tenant clinics and social security administration appeals.


  • Sensata defeats non-practicing entity in patent litigation relating to power electronicsJones Day successfully defended Sensata Technologies Holding plc in a patent litigation brought by Boracho IP Holdings LLC, a non-practicing entity.
  • Google defeats patent infringement claims relating to voice assistant technologyJones Day successfully defended Google LLC against patent infringement claims in a case relating to early research by SRI that allegedly led to the Siri voice assistant.
  • Kyocera defends against patent infringement claims relating to telecommunications technologyJones Day is defending Kyocera Corporation and Kyocera International, Inc. in a patent infringement action brought by Bell Northern Research (“BNR”).
  • Timken acquires Cone DriveJones Day advised The Timken Company in its acquisition of Cone Drive, a leader in precision drives used in diverse markets including solar, automation, aerial platforms, and food and beverage.
  • NEC Display Solutions defends against attempt to bar importation of LED displaysJones Day is defending NEC Display Solutions (both the Japanese parent and a U.S. subsidiary) against allegations brought by Ultravision Technologies, LLC (“Ultravision”) that certain of NEC Display Solutions' modular LED display panels and related components infringe two patents allegedly owned by Ultravision.
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