Ted Baroody's practice focuses on patent litigation and trade secret litigation. He is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. In addition to his law degree, Ted holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. His experience includes:
- Jury trial (second chair) in the E.D. of Texas representing defendant manufacturer of data compression software and hardware against allegations of infringing multiple patents (plaintiff dismissed case after jury selection).
- Jury trial (second chair) representing the plaintiff concerning alleged infringement of web site patent.
- Jury trial (second chair) representing the defendant concerning alleged infringement of utility and design patents for floor lamps.
- Representing the defendant in a patent infringement lawsuit regarding industrial refrigeration systems and successfully obtaining summary judgment of non-infringement. (Opinion reported at Desert Aire Corp. v. AAON, Inc., 461 F. Supp.2d 369 (Dist. of Md. 2006)).
- Representing the plaintiff in a lawsuit regarding alleged trade secrets concerning process controllers and related software and firmware.
- Representing the defendant in patent infringement lawsuit concerning oil field equipment.
- Representing the defendant in a lawsuit alleging patent infringement regarding ceiling fans.
- Representing the plaintiff in a lawsuit regarding indemnification for alleged patent infringement.
- Representing the plaintiff in a lawsuit concerning computer software to search the Internet.
- Jury trial (first chair) defending an oil company concerning allegations of property damage from release of gasoline.
- A 66-day evidentiary hearing (second chair) regarding a proposed hazardous waste disposal facility to be constructed in a salt dome.
- Obtaining transfer of trade dress litigation for defendant. (Opinion at Fanimation Design & Mfg. v. Aloha Housewares, Inc., no. 02-0047-C M/S (S.D. Ind. 2003)(granting motion to transfer).
Mr. Baroody is BV-rated by Martindale Hubbell.
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