(Mountain View, CA) — Fenwick & West LLP successfully defended Wyse Technology, Inc. in claim for breach of a nondisclosure agreement relating to “thin client” technology. After moving for summary judgment on the grounds that Plaintiff itself had publicly disclosed the allegedly confidential information, Plaintiff dismissed its case. The Fenwick IP litigation team included partners Jed Wakefield and Laurence Pulgram, and associates David Lacy Kusters, Liwen Mah, and Clifford Webb.
Fenwick & West attorneys have handled some of the most prominent IP litigation over the past two decades, including securing one of the largest IP litigation settlements of 2005—a $400M settlement for its client Compuware against IBM—one of the largest patent verdicts, a $74.7M patent litigation verdict for client Asyst Technologies against Jenoptik, and the landmark Righthaven copyright disputes protecting fair use. The firm is ranked by Managing Intellectual Property as one of the top five West coast firms for IP litigation, by IP Worldwide as one of the top dozen firms that Fortune 500 companies relied on for IP litigation, and was recently awarded "Most Innovative Use of Technology by a Law Firm" by American Lawyer Media for the firm's proprietary electronic discovery tools.