Maeve P.Dineen


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Maeve Dineen's practice is concentrated on intellectual property, with a primary focus on patent litigation. Maeve has represented clients in complex commercial litigation across a wide range of technologies in federal court. She has experience in various stages of litigation, such as fact investigation, discovery, claim construction, trial preparation, and general motion practice.

Maeve also maintains an active pro bono practice representing immigrants seeking asylum and tenants facing eviction.


  • The Marena Group obtains dismissal of patent infringement allegations over its compression fabric garmentsJones Day defended The Marena Group, LLC, a manufacturer of medical-grade compression garments, against patent infringement allegations brought by EFA, Inc. in the Northern District of Georgia.
  • Goodyear defeats trade secrets case involving self-inflating tire technologyJones Day successfully represented Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company ("Goodyear") and its employees accused by a Czech Republic citizen and his companies of misappropriating trade secrets relating to self-inflating tire technology and incorporating the technology into several U.S. patents.
  • CEO successfully resolves conflict of interest investigationJones Day represented a senior executive of a financial services firm in connection with service to certain government officials and the potential for a conflict of interest.
  • RBC Real Estate Capital Corporation provides $111 million loan secured by Kennebunkport Resort Collection in Kennebunkport, MaineJones Day represented RBC Real Estate Capital Corp., a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Canada, as administrative agent, in connection with a $111 million loan secured by a fourteen-property portfolio of resorts, hotels, and luxury residential accommodations located in Kennebunkport, Maine.
  • Sunrise Medical defends against patent infringement claims involving power wheelchair suspension technologyJones Day is representing Sunrise Medical (US) LLC in a patent infringement suit brought by Invacare Corporation in the U.S. District Court in Delaware.
  • 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.