Brady Cox assists his clients with complex patent litigation disputes and has experience with patents and cases involving computer hardware and software, telecommunications, business methods and cryptography. He is comfortable representing clients against their competitors or patent trolls and has brought and defended patent disputes before the International Trade Commission and U.S. district courts, including the Eastern District of Texas.
Brady has a technical background in physics and nanotechnology, which enables him to provide both technical and legal expertise to his clients. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, where he was a Dillard Fellow and served on the managing board of the Virginia Tax Review.
- Represented one of the world's largest mobile phone manufacturers in both offensive and defensive multiforum patent dispute with a large competitor. The high-stakes dispute settled with the competitor paying the client a one-time sum and ongoing royalties.
- Performed a detailed non-infringement analysis to defend against claims brought by a patent troll, which contributed to early settlement of the case.
- Defends a large computer manufacturer against claims that cryptographic modules in its computers infringe patents involving random number generation.
- Defends a large computer manufacturer against infringement claims based on patents allegedly essential to wireless standards.