Mike Connor, Natalie Clayton, Chris Douglas, Lauren Burrow, Andrew Ligotti, Brian Hill, and Jonathan Thomas are noted for successfully representing Ford Motor Co. in a patent suit at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
In the News March 9, 2021
Global Legal Chronicle | Ford Motor Co. v. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Phone: +1 704 444 1022
Other Phone: +1 202 239 3378
Phone: +1 212 210 9573
Phone: +1 704 444 1119
Phone: +1 212 210 1286
Senior Patent Agent and Patent Agent Intern Program Coordinator
Phone: +1 704 444 1446
Related News & Insights
In the News March 1, 2021Ford Motor Wins USPTO Challenge to MIT Clean Engine PatentsAlston & Bird client Ford Motor Co. prevailed in a patent suit at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) over claims by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) accusing the company of allegedly infringing technology in its EcoBoost® engines.
Press Release February 19, 2020Ford Motor Wins Patent Infringement Case in Delaware Federal CourtAlston & Bird client Ford Motor Co. secured a final judgment of noninfringement in Delaware federal court against claims by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Ethanol Boosting Systems LLC (EBS) alleging that Ford infringed patented technology that produces cleaner and more-efficient engines.
Press Release September 17, 2020Alston & Bird Recognized Once Again as an IPR Market Leader by PatexiaFor the third consecutive year, Alston & Bird has been recognized by Patexia Inc. as a market leader representing both petitioners and patent owners in inter partes review (IPR) proceedings.
Press Release September 6, 2019Alston & Bird Recognized Again as an IPR Market Leader by PatexiaFor the second consecutive year, Alston & Bird has been recognized by Patexia Inc. as a market leader representing both patent owners and petitioners in inter partes review (IPR) proceedings.
In the News March 4, 2019Law360 | PTAB Rejects Challenge to Spinal Surgery Device PatentChris Douglas, Mike Connor, Lauren Burrow, Chris Ziegler, and Brian Hill are noted for successfully representing K2M Inc. in patent litigation.