The verdict is in and Google, StoneTurn’s client, was found not liable for infringement in its second trial in as many years against SimpleAir. In a previous trial, involving different experts, SimpleAir was awarded $85 million for Google’s infringement of patents related to push notifications on mobile devices. The second trial involved the same type of alleged infringement, but different patents, other outside counsel for Google (Quinn Emanuel) and StoneTurn professionals working on the damages issues.
Alan Ratliff filed expert reports and gave depositions in the matter. The core team included Tiffany Lewis, Kris Buchan, Katie Prichard and David Shannon, with additional assistance from various team members in StoneTurn’s Houston office.
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 serves as the firm’s […]
Tiffany Lewis, a Partner with StoneTurn, serves as a testifying and consulting expert on financial and economic issues in intellectual property matters and commercial disputes in courts across the country […]
Kristofer Buchan, a Partner with StoneTurn, is an expert in applying empirical economic and statistical models to sophisticated issues raised in antitrust, class action, intellectual property, and other complex business […]
Katie Prichard has nearly fifteen years of experience in financial and economic consulting related to intellectual property matters and complex business litigation. Katie has assisted clients on engagements involving patent […]