“I am always fascinated with new technologies and new applications of technology. Working with inventors to identify and protect their inventions makes my job especially gratifying.”
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David A. Gosse helps clients protect their intellectual property rights through litigation, working on cases ranging from due diligence investigations through trial and post-trial motions. Dave has participated in six jury trials and has been part of several litigation teams on cases that settled in the weeks before trial. In addition, he helps clients procure and protect broad intellectual property protection at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, beginning with patent drafting and prosecution and extending to post-issuance reexamination and AIA proceedings as appropriate. Because his practice includes both the acquisition and the enforcement of patent rights, Dave is better able to understand and evaluate issues that arise in intellectual property protection.
Dave has worked extensively with clients to protect innovations including complex process control algorithms, gift card activation systems, industrial printing hardware and software, DRAM and Flash memory, RISC processors, and a variety of mechanical devices.
Trained as a mechanical engineer, Dave worked for an engineering and software development firm before he attended law school. He has practical, hands-on experience developing automation control solutions on a variety of platforms, including robots, machine vision systems, PCs, and programmable logic controllers, for many different industries.
Lone Star Silicon Innovations LLC v. Toshiba Corporation et al. (E.D. Tex. 2016). Currently representing the plaintiff in enforcement actions for multiple semiconductor process patents that relate to memory and other large-scale integrated semiconductor devices.
Limestone Memory Systems LLC v. Micron Technology, Inc. et al. (C.D. Cal. 2015). Currently representing the plaintiff in enforcement actions related to memory chip design. Responded to multiple petitions for inter partes review at the USPTO, successfully distinguishing claims in four asserted patents from the art cited in the petitions.
Industrial Print Technology v. Hewlett-Packard et al. (N.D. Tex. 2015). Currently representing the plaintiff in a patent infringement action involving technology related to high-speed industrial printing. Seven separate actions are consolidated for pre-trial discovery and claim construction.
Transcenic, Inc. v. Google et al. (D. Del. 2011–15). Represented plaintiff in a patent infringement action involving technology for street-level geospatially oriented photographs, such as those used in Google’s StreetView function and Microsoft’s Streetside tools. Deposed third-party witness and was part of the trial team preparing witness testimony. Case settled on the eve of trial.
Alexsam, Inc. v. Best Buy et al. (E.D. Tex. 2010–13). Represented plaintiff in a patent infringement action involving prepaid store-branded gift cards. Deposed party and third-party fact witnesses. Assisted experts with reports and prepared fact and expert witnesses for patent validity trial and for three separate infringement trials.
Alexsam, Inc. v. NetSpend Corp. (Travis County Dist. Ct., Tex. 2007–12). Represented plaintiff in a breach of license action involving network branded prepaid cards. Pursued discovery, including third-party discovery through state courts outside of Texas. Assisted experts with reports and preparation for testimony. Participated in trial preparation and trial, including witness preparation, designation of deposition testimony and exhibits, and evidence hearings, resulting in a favorable jury verdict and subsequent favorable settlement.
Alexsam, Inc. v. IDT Corp. (E.D. Tex. 2007–11). Represented plaintiff in a patent infringement action involving prepaid phone and network-branded gift cards. Participated in trial preparation and trial in the Marshall division of the Eastern District of Texas, resulting in a favorable jury verdict, designated a 2011 Top 10 Texas IP Verdict. Subsequently represented plaintiff in going-forward damages case based on earlier judgment. Deposed party and non-party witnesses.