T. KaitlinCrowder (Kait)


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Kait Crowder's practice focuses on intellectual property, with a primary focus on patent litigation. She also has experience with trademark, trade secret, and unfair competition matters.

Kait assists clients with protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights through court and administrative actions as well as cease and desist efforts. She represents clients in federal courts throughout the United States in patent and trademark infringement and in claims of unfair competition and trade secret misappropriation. She has experience in many stages of litigation including discovery, research, and motion practice.

Kait is a member of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association.


  • NXP battles allegations of infringing 26 RFID patentsJones Day is defending NXP USA, Inc. against allegations of infringing 26 patents relating to different aspects of RFID technology.
  • SKPI defeats Kaneka in patent infringement action regarding polyimide filmsJones Day obtained a summary judgment win on behalf of Korean-based SKC Kolon PI, Inc. ("SKPI"), which is principally engaged in the manufacture and distribution of polyimide films.
  • Elo Touch Solutions resolves multi-patent, multi-venue dispute with 3M regarding touch screen technologyJones Day represented Elo Touch Solutions, Inc. in a four-patent dispute with 3M regarding touch screen technology.
  • 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.
  • DePuy Orthopaedics defends against patent infringement claims involving its flagship knee replacement productJones Day represents Johnson & Johnson subsidiaries DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc.; DePuy Synthes Sales, Inc.; and DePuy Synthes Products, Inc. in their defense against claims of patent infringement brought by MedIdea, L.L.C. relating to the sale of their flagship posterior stabilized knee replacement product, Attune®.
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