Josh focuses his practice on Section 337 investigations before the United States International Trade Commission (USITC).
I represent clients in litigation matters involving patents and trade secrets across a broad range of technologies, including large electronic displays, smartphones, networking routers, LED lighting devices, storage drives, lithium-ion batteries, and orthodontics devices.
My experience in Section 337 investigations spans from inception through appeal, including due diligence, complaint drafting, discovery management, pleadings and motions practice, complex discovery issues management, subpoena enforcement in foreign jurisdictions, depositions, and pre-and post-trial activities.
Having dedicated my practice almost exclusively to Section 337 investigations, I am well-versed in navigating clients through the rigorous, fast-paced nature of these investigations, including the many USITC procedural nuances that are unique to the forum. My experience representing complainants, respondents, and third parties in Section 337 investigations allows me to have a comprehensive view of the issues at play in an investigation and formulate strategies accordingly.
As technologies and innovation across numerous industries constantly evolve, the useful and valuable lifecycles of products in those industries become progressively shorter. Intellectual property owners face increasing competition for market share in products that may only have a brief lifespan in the marketplace. With its fast-paced proceedings, the USITC is a valuable forum for intellectual property owners who face unfair competition from companies that flood the market with infringing products. Having experienced counsel that can guide clients through Section 337 investigations is imperative to protecting the next generation of products that embody these technological advancements.
District of Columbia
Boston University School of Law, J.D.
Georgetown University, B.A.
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