Parth H.Matalia


Atlanta + 1.404.581.8372

Parth Matalia's practice is concentrated on intellectual property litigation, with a primary focus on International Trade Commission (ITC) investigations in addition to trade secret and patent litigation in federal district and appellate courts. Parth's litigation experience spans a variety of technologies across multiple industries ranging from mechanical devices to filament LED technology.

Parth also has experience working closely with experts in various fields of technology through all stages of litigation. He has experience in fact discovery, prelitigation strategy, motions practice, trial practice, and post-trial practice. Parth's practice includes litigating patent issues at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit where he has experience in crafting effective arguments in briefing.


  • Tineco prevails in ITC patent infringement dispute with Bissell over wet-dry surface cleaning devicesJones Day represents Tineco Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd. as respondent in an ITC Section 337 investigation filed by complainants Bissell Inc. and Bissell Homecare Inc. ("Bissell") relating to wet-dry surface cleaning devices.
  • Ricoh obtains Federal Circuit affirmance of order on non-infringement and indefiniteness in patent case relating to office and production printer technologyOn behalf of Ricoh USA, Inc., Jones Day prevailed before the Federal Circuit, obtaining a Rule 36 affirmance of the district court’s decisions dismissing two patents for indefiniteness at the Markman stage and granting summary judgment of non-infringement on the five remaining patents.
  • Home Depot wins ITC trial in patent litigation relating to filament LED technologyJones Day successfully defended The Home Depot, Inc. before the International Trade Commission (ITC) against multi-patent litigation asserted by The Regents of the University of California.
  • Velodyne defeats trade secret misappropriation claims at ITC and District CourtJones Day successfully defended leading lidar developer Velodyne Lidar USA, Inc. against trade secret misappropriation claims in the International Trade Commission and U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, resulting in Complainant voluntarily withdrawing its Complaint and terminating the ITC investigation, and dismissing its district court claims with prejudice.
  • Ricoh granted summary judgment of non-infringement in patent case relating to office and production printer technologyOn behalf of Ricoh USA, Inc., Jones Day obtained an order granting a motion for summary judgment of non-infringement on the five remaining patents in a case originally involving 19 patents relating to both hardware and software aspects of office and production printer technology.
  • Specialty engineered woods manufacturer reaches settlement in trade secret and supply agreement disputeJones Day represented an industry leader in the manufacture of specialty engineered wood products in a lawsuit against a supplier involving allegations of misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of contract, tortious interference, and unfair competition.