Danielle Vincenti Tully handles complex patent litigations for clients in a wide range of technology areas, including pharmaceutical, medical device, computer hardware and software, digital television and telecommunications. She also has experience handling copyright and trademark litigations as well as licensing, client counseling, legal opinions, and patent prosecution.
Prior to joining Cadwalader, Danielle was an associate at Morgan & Finnegan, LLP. She is a member of the New York Intellectual Property Law Association and the American Bar Association Intellectual Property Law Section.
Danielle earned her J.D. from Boston College and her B.S., summa cum laude, in Biology from Boston College. She is admitted to practice in New York and before the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York. She is also registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Below is a summary of recent representative cases:
• In The Matter of Certain Computer Products, Computer Components And Products Containing Same: Represented complainant IBM before the International Trade Commission in an infringement proceeding involving several of IBM's patents related to cooling, power conservation and router technology against respondents ASUSTek Computer, Inc. and ASUS Computer International as well as in a parallel federal district court litigation. While on appeal to the Federal Circuit, the case settled on favorable terms.
• Ledergerber Medical Innovations, LLC, et al. v. W.L. Gore & Assocs., Inc. (N.D. Ill.): Represented defendant Gore in patent infringement action involving a patent related to hernial patches.
• Comcast Cable Communication Corp. v. Finisar Corp., Civil Action No. 06-4206 (N.D. Cal.): Represented defendant and counterclaim-plaintiff Finisar in a patent infringement action involving digital television broadcast systems.
• E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. v. MacDermid Printing Solutions, LLC, (D. N.J.): Represented plaintiff DuPont in patent infringement action involving two patents related to flexographic printing plates and thermal processing systems.
• International Business Machines Corp. v. Compuware Corp., Civil Action No. 04-00357 (S.D.N.Y.): Represented plaintiff IBM in patent infringement claims involving computer software related to database management, distributed computing and data processing.
• SCO v. International Business Machines Corp., Civil Action No. 2:03-0294 (D. Utah): Represented defendant IBM in patent counterclaims involving high availability and digital image compression.
News & Resources
• The new world of post-verdict damages: the evolution of the patentee's right to exclude Jan 12, 2011