Your binder contains too many pages, the maximum is 40.
We are unable to add this page to your binder, please try again later.
This page has been added to your binder.
Using our wide range of regulatory, litigation, and transactional services, offices in the U.S., Europe and Asia, and deep bench of attorneys who have technical degrees and work experience in areas including electrical engineering and computer science, Covington is able to address the myriad business and legal issues affecting computer and electronics companies.
From asserting and defending intellectual property rights, corporate transactions, litigation services and legislative and regulatory advice pertaining to antitrust, environmental, and trade regulation, we are able to serve as trusted advisors to industry-leading computer and electronics companies both domestically and abroad.
Representation of special committees of the boards of Fortune 500 companies regarding insider trading investigations.
Representation of Microsoft in negotiation of patent, copyright and trade secret license agreements for the Advanced Access Content System, a copy protection system for Blu-ray Disc and other high definition storage media and licenses for IP related digital output and copy protection technologies for the Xbox 360 game console and Zune music player.
Representation of a technology company in antitrust litigation and a related arbitration concerning obligations to license technology.
Representation of a major Silicon Valley company in seeking insurance for substantial losses arising out of computer fraud schemes.
Representation of a major electronics company concerning all aspects of the European investigation into alleged collusion in TFT-LCD.
On behalf of one of the world’s leading consumer electronics and technology companies, we completed a comprehensive global privacy audit under the laws of the United States, the European Union, and China, including an assessment of the data collection, use, and sharing practices of numerous business units (including HR data), cross-border data transfers, and adopting a going-forward privacy governance and risk-management approach and corresponding policies and procedures.
Representation of Samsung Electronics in numerous patent litigation matters in both U.S. District Courts and the U.S. International Trade Commission, involving technologies such as DLP televisions, LED’s, MLC flash memory, printer software, tablets and smartphones.
Representation of major Japanese electronics and software company in defense of patent infringement claims at the ITC involving combination of software and hardware for graphical interfaces and systems for three dimensional pointing.