Stephanie R. Wood focuses her practice on complex patent litigation in the areas of semiconductor, telecommunications, networking, optical media and in various mechanical and chemical technologies. Ms. Wood
is experienced in all aspects of patent litigation from pre-filing investigations through successful jury verdicts and post-verdict motions.
Ms. Wood has achieved favorable results for clients in the Northern, Eastern and Central Districts of California, the Eastern, Western and Southern Districts of Texas, the District of Delaware, the District of New Jersey and at the ITC.
Before joining the firm, Ms. Wood was an associate at national law firms in California where she was involved in various intellectual property and commercial litigation matters. Prior to practicing law, Ms. Wood worked as an Applications Engineer in the process measurement industry.
CodePro Innovations, LLC v. Kohls Departments Stores, Inc. et al. and CodePro Innovations, LLC v. Safeway Inc. (N.D. Tex. and Dist. Delaware) Represented client in patent infringement litigations enforcing client’s patents against point of sale discounting systems in retail environments.
Positive Technologies, Inc. v. Dell et al (N.D. Cal.). Defending client in a joint defendant multiple patent infringement suit on LCD technology. Obtained favorable confidential settlement.
Network-1 v. Dell et al (E.D. Tex.). Defending client in a patent infringement action regarding Power over Ethernet IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at standards.
CPUMate v. Dell (W.D. Tex.) Defending client in a multi-patent infringement action on heat sink technology. Obtained favorable Markman ruling.
Walker Digital v. Dell (Dist. Delaware) Defending Dell in multi-patent infringement action relating to dynamic assembly of packages in retail environments. Case resolved on confidential favorable terms.
Intellitech Corp. v. Xilinx, Lattice Semiconductor Corp. (Dist. Delaware) Represented plaintiff, a leading developer of field programmable gate array (FPGA) technology, in competitor patent infringement litigation in the district court in Delaware relating to electronic test equipment. Xilinx Semiconductor Corp. v. Intellitech Corp. (N.D. Cal.) Represented defendant, a leading developer of field programmable gate array (FPGA) technology, in a patent infringement litigation initiated by a competitor and leading FPGA company in a district court in California relating to electronic test equipment. Cases resolved on confidential favorable terms.
Abstrax Inc. v. Sun Microsystems, Inc. Defended client and won transfer of a patent infringement action from the Eastern District of Texas to the Northern District of California.
Road Science, LLC v. Telfer Oil Company et al. (E.D. Cal.) and Road Science, LLC v. Shilling, Inc. (N.D. Oklahoma). Represent defendants, innovative emulsion and surfacing companies, in patent infringement lawsuits in the district court in Northern California and Oklahoma relating to Novachip road surfacing technologies. Obtained favorable Markman ruling.
Innovative Global Systems v. Volvo Construction Equipment, Caterpillar, Inc. et al. (E.D. Texas)Represented clients in joint defense patent infringement litigation in Eastern District of Texas relating to communication systems for transmitting data for monitoring and controlling heavy machinery and other types of equipment.
Avago Technologies, Ltd. v. IPtronics, Inc. (N.D. Cal.) Represented client in patent infringement litigation enforcing client’s patents against competitor’s fiber optics and optoelectronics products, including VCSEL laser drivers.
Greenville Communications LLC v. Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile et al. (Dist. NJ. and E.D. Mississippi) Represented client in a patent infringement litigation involving ring back tone (RBT) technology implemented in CDMA and GSM wireless communication systems. Successfully obtained a judgment of non-infringement.
BridgeLux, Inc. v. Cree, Inc. (E.D. Texas) and Cree, Inc. and Trustees of Boston University v. BridgeLux, Inc. (N.D. Cal. and E.D. North Carolina) Successfully represented client in a series of patent infringement cases against competitor Cree, Inc. involving five LED patents. Obtained favorable confidential settlement as a result of successful strategy involving declaratory judgment actions and Markman claim construction of patents-in-suit.
- Santa Clara University of Law, J.D.
- University of Texas, B.S. Chemistry