U.S. Patent Strategies for Japanese Companies - Responding to Warning Letters
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A. John Demarco
Mr. Demarco is a United States patent attorney experienced in a wide range of intellectual property matters. His practice focuses on patent counseling, licensing, litigation, and prosecution. He helps companies design around patents, defend against patent assertions, enforce/license intellectual property, resolve complex patent prosecution issues, strategize international commercial activity to minimize infringement exposure, and acquire and develop technology and intellectual property. Mr. Demarco has litigated patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, antitrust and false advertising issues before United States federal courts and the International Trade Commission. He has also coordinated simultaneous, parallel litigations in Japan, Taiwan and Europe.
Mr. Demarco's technical experience is in optics, electronics, software, mechanics, and chemicals including: robotics; medical devices; automotive components; distributed systems; digital color image processing; semiconductor component fabrication; magnetic resonance and computer tomographic imaging; and digital reading, storage, display, printing and camera devices.
University of Akron School of Law Intellectual Property Advisory Council.
U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Federal, Fifth and Sixth Circuits, and U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Eastern, Southern, and Western Districts of Texas, the Western District of Wisconsin, and the Northern District of Ohio.