Scott Cunning is a partner in the Intellectual Property Litigation section of Haynes and Boone's Washington, D.C. office with a particular emphasis on patent litigation. He has extensive experience in all stages of trial preparation including conducting witness examinations at jury trial. Mr. Cunning has also counseled clients through mediation proceedings.
Mr. Cunning has represented both patentees and alleged infringers in federal courts throughout the country and has also participated in global multi-jurisdictional patent disputes. He has litigated cases in a variety of technological areas including digital data compression, implantable medical devices, medical imaging devices, electronic patient diaries, and methods of drug delivery. Over the past few years, Mr. Cunning's practice has focused on pharmaceutical litigation related to the Hatch-Waxman Act, usually representing the ANDA applicant. In addition to litigating patent cases, Mr. Cunning has experience with copyright and trademark disputes.
While attending The George Washington University Law School, Mr. Cunning interned for the Honorable Richard Linn at the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. In addition to his law degree, Mr. Cunning holds a B.S. in chemical engineering.
Professional and Community Activities
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
- American Bar Association, Litigation Section
- International Trade Commission Trial Lawyers Association