Representations

Brian O’Reilly has extensive litigation experience as well as experience counseling clients on patent portfolios. Some of Brian’s representations include:

Litigations:

Charest v. Harvard University (Ongoing) Dispute regarding assignment of and royalties on a patent covering the core technology of a $250 million company.

Gupta v. Synergy Microwave (Ongoing) Contract dispute between former Vice President of Engineering and Company.

LMG 3 Marketing and Development Corp., v. Apple Inc. (Settled)  Patent litigation concerning medical records.

Genzyme v. Impax, et al. (Settled) Fourteen related patent litigations concerning Renagel®/Renvela® products.

Genzyme v. Watson, et al. (Settled) Three related patent litigations concerning Welchol® products.

Bone Care v. Pentech (Prevailed at Bench Trial) Patent litigation concerning Hectorol® product.

Bone Care v. Sandoz, et al. (Prevailed at Bench Trial) Three related patent litigations concerning Hectorol® product.

Novartis v. Mylan (Prevailed on Summary Judgment) Patent misuse litigation concerning Lescol® product.

Novartis v. Mylan (Settled After Preliminary Injuction Hearing) Patent litigation concerning Femara® product.

Sepracor v. Sandoz, et al. (Settled) Eight consolidated patent litigations concerning Clarinex® product.

Tyco Healthcare v. Mutual Pharmaceuticals (Settled) Patent litigation concerning Restoril® product.

Alternatives Unlimited, Inc. v. EdisonLearning, Inc. Trade secret and contract litigation concerning an educational partnership.

Louis Vuitton v. Dooney & Bourke (Prevailed on Summary Judgment) Trademark litigation concerning Louis Vuitton’s Multicolor Monogram mark.

Louis Vuitton v. Dooney & Bourke (Settled) Trademark litigation concerning Louis Vuitton’s S-Lock mark.

In Re Converiom Holdings AG Securities Litigation (Prevailed on Motion to Dismiss) Securities litigation concerning storm warnings.

NYCHA v. Fields (Housing Court) (Prevailed at Hearing) Pro Bono Representation regarding whether an applicant was rehabilitated for purposes of obtaining public housing.

NYCHA v. Vincent (Housing Court) (Prevailed through Dismissal of Case) Pro Bono Representation regarding whether eviction notice was proper.

People v. Toledo (Criminal Appeal) (Argued before the Appellate Division—First Department) Pro Bono Representation regarding appeal of a felony conviction.

Investigations:

Potential $30 Billion Acquisition, Investigated patent portfolio for potential acquisition.

Potential $1 Billion Acquisition, Investigated patent and regulatory issues for potential acquisition of a drug product.

Several $100 to $300 Million Acquisitions, Reviewed patent portfolios for several acquisitions to determine freedom to operate and patent strength.