StoneTurn’s client Boston University was recently awarded $13.7 million in patent royalties by a jury in Boston, Massachusetts, after three years of litigation and nearly three weeks of trial related to infringement of a Blue LED light microchip patent infringed by three Taiwanese LED light chip and package manufacturers: Epistar, Everlight and Lite-On.
Alan Ratliff testified on the matter. The core team working with lead counsel, Shore Chan DePumpo, and Boston University was led by Adam Gordon, Tiffany Lewis and Melissa Haley, with assistance from Jim Barolak, Kris Buchan, Robert Wright and Linda Calles. Other professionals in StoneTurn’s office provided additional support on the matter.
Alan Ratliff has more than 30 years of experience in client service and was StoneTurn’s first lateral partner, opening the firm’s Houston office in 2005. Alan advises attorneys and their […]
Adam Gordon, a Managing Director with StoneTurn, has more than 11 years of experience consulting with clients and counsel on commercial disputes, intellectual property infringement and intangible asset valuation for […]
Tiffany Lewis, a Managing Director with StoneTurn, serves as a testifying and consulting expert on financial and economic issues in intellectual property matters and commercial disputes. She has assisted clients […]
Jim Barolak, a StoneTurn Partner, views risk management and compliance through the lens of sustainability with a focus on corporate social responsibility and ESG reporting. He offers nearly 40 years […]
Kristofer Buchan, a Partner with StoneTurn, is an expert in applying empirical economic and statistical models to sophisticated issues raised in antitrust, class action and intellectual property matters. With more […]