Jonathan Redway is co-chair of Dickinson Wright's Intellectual Property Litigation Practice.
Jon is a nationally recognized trial lawyer with extensive experience as lead counsel in a wide variety of intellectual property and complex commercial matters.
In 2014, Jon successfully tried to conclusion two separate ITC patent cases. In 2012, Jon successfully tried to conclusion a trademark case that resulted in a favorable finding of willful infringement.
Jon handles matters for entities of all sizes ranging from Fortune 500 companies to startups. He focuses his practice on complex litigation and his experience encompasses diverse areas of engineering and technology.
Prior to joining Dickinson Wright, Jon was a partner at Burns, Doane, Swecker & Mathis, LLP, where he served as chair of the patent litigation group. Prior to this position, Jon was in the Intellectual Property Litigation Group at Howrey, Simon, Arnold & White. Jon began his legal career at Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, LLP.
Representative Patent Matters
First-chair trial counsel enforcing patent claims for Federal Mogul, Inc. resulting in finding of infringement.
First-chair trial counsel successfully defending claim of patent infringement for Federal Mogul, Inc.
Lead counsel forAlyzan, Inc. enforcing patent claims involving prescription topical gels.
Lead counsel for Carhartt, Inc. in geographic location user interface patent litigation.
Lead counsel for Seco, Inc. defending claims of software patent infringement.
Lead counsel for AT&T Mobility in patent infringement lawsuit accusing 911 cell phone caller locator technology.
Lead counsel for AT&T Mobility in patent infringement lawsuit accusing cell phone billing methods.
Representative Trademark Matters
First-chair trial counsel for Laser Mechanisms, Inc. in the enforcement of its FIBERCUT trademark.
Trial counsel for Seacrets, Jamaica U.S.A. in the enforcement of its SEACRETS trademark.
First-chair trial counsel for Pan Am Systems in the enforcement of the famous PAN AM trademark.
First-chair trial counsel for Cotton Incorporated in the enforcement of the famous SEAL OF COTTON logo.
Trial counsel for Carhartt, Inc. in the simultaneous seizure of counterfeit CARHARTT clothing from three separate warehouse facilities.
Trial counsel for Deere and Co. in a Section 337 trademark infringement and grey market investigation.
Trial counsel for Anheuser-Busch Inc. against Labatt in a trademark and false advertising jury trial.
Representative Copyright and Commercial Matters
First-chair trial counsel for Calyx Software in the protection of its of POINT mortgage loan origination software.
Lead counsel for Timex Corp. in a groundwater contamination dispute.
Trial counsel for Marine Shale Processors in environmental dispute involving the incineration of hazardous waste.