T. KaitlinCrowder (Kait)

Associate

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Kait Crowder's practice focuses on intellectual property, with a primary focus on patent litigation. She assists clients with defense and with protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights through court and administrative actions. She represents domestic and international clients in federal courts throughout the United States, in the International Trade Commission (ITC), and in inter partes review proceedings before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTAB).

In the past two years, Kait has tried four cases for clients such as Johnson & Johnson and NXP in which she directed and cross-examined fact and expert witnesses. She also recently played a key role in achieving a Rule 12 dismissal with prejudice due to the asserted patent claiming unpatentable subject matter. Kait has significant experience in all other stages of litigation in both offensive and defensive cases, including motion practice and argument for dispositive and non-dispositive motions, depositions, Markman proceedings, discovery, and strategic case development. She has played central roles in achieving case-dispositive indefiniteness rulings during Markman proceedings and also has been a key contributor in other successful invalidity challenges, noninfringement defenses, and the preservation and limitation on the scope of liability and damages claims.

Kait has experience in a wide variety of technologies, including semiconductors, lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles, streaming media, medical devices, biotechnology, and pharmaceuticals, among others.

经验

  • NXP litigates against competitor in 18-patent suit directed to RFID technologyJones Day represented NXP USA Inc. and NXP Semiconductors Netherlands B.V. in a patent infringement lawsuit against its competitor Impinj, Inc. in the Western District of Texas.
  • NXP Netherlands defends patent infringement claims in Western District of TexasJones Day defended NXP Semiconductors Netherlands B.V. in a patent infringement lawsuit brought by its competitor Impinj, Inc. in the Western District of Texas.
  • NXP sues Impinj for infringing patents relating to RFID technologyJones Day represented NXP USA, Inc. and NXP B.V. in their enforcement of six radio frequency identification (RFID) and wafer-layout patents against Impinj, Inc.
  • NXP whittles down competitor's infringement suit involving RFID technology from 26 to four patentsJones Day defended NXP USA, Inc. in a lawsuit brought by its competitor Impinj, Inc. alleging infringement of 26 patents relating to different aspects of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology.
  • SK Innovation defeats request to exclude lithium-ion battery technology in ITC dispute with LG ChemJones Day clients SK Innovation Co., Ltd. and SK Battery America, Inc., following an evidentiary hearing in December 2020, prevailed against LG Chem et al. in a patent infringement dispute before the International Trade Commission (ITC) involving lithium-ion battery technology used in electric vehicles.
  • PI Advanced Materials obtains CAFC affirmance of summary judgment win in patent case regarding polyimide filmsJones Day successfully obtained a Federal Circuit affirmance of a summary judgment win of non-infringement on behalf of PI Advanced Materials Co., Ltd. ("PIAM", formerly SKC Kolon PI, Inc. ("SKPI")).
  • DePuy Orthopaedics obtains Federal Circuit affirmance of patent infringement victory involving its flagship knee replacement productJones Day successfully represented 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®.
  • Google, YouTube defend ten-patent lawsuit relating to video encoding and processing techniquesJones Day defended Google LLC and YouTube LLC in a ten-patent case filed by Dynamic Data Technologies, LLC.
  • Google defends 15 patent infringement lawsuits brought by WSOU relating to multiple productsJones Day is acting as lead defense counsel on behalf of Google LLC in 15 patent infringement lawsuits in the Western District of Texas brought by WSOU Investments, LLC relating to a range of Google's products, including Pixel, YouTube TV, YouTube Music, G Suite, Gmail, and Nest Cam.
  • DePuy Synthes defends against multi-patent lawsuit alleging infringement against stand-alone intervertebral spinal implant productsJones Day is representing Johnson & Johnson subsidiaries DePuy Synthes Sales, Inc. and DePuy Synthes Products, Inc. in a patent infringement lawsuit brought by RSB Spine, LLC alleging that certain of its spinal implant products infringe two patents.
  • NEC Display Solutions successfully defends against attempt to bar importation of LED displaysJones Day successfully defended 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.
  • MNTech and Elo Touch Solutions resolve multi-patent, multi-venue dispute with 3M regarding touch screen technologyJones Day represented MNTech Co., Ltd. and Elo Touch Solutions, Inc. in a four-patent dispute with 3M regarding touch screen technology.
  • DePuy Synthes defends against patent infringement claims involving methods and instruments for spinal surgeryJones Day represents Johnson & Johnson subsidiaries DePuy Synthes Products, Inc.; DePuy Synthes Sales, Inc.; and Medical Device Business Services, Inc. in their defense against claims of patent infringement brought by Dr. Mark A. Barry relating to the use of certain methods and instruments for spinal surgery involving DePuy's Expedium® and Viper® systems.