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Animators at Law: $500+ Million in Favorable Litigation Results in Q1

Ken Lopez
By: Ken Lopez

Trial Graphics, Trial Technicians, Trial Consultants, Litigation Graphics, Hot Seat Operators, Patent Litigation, Press

I am happy to report that Animators at Law has seen one of its strongest quarters for litigation wins since our 1995 founding.  Q1 is not yet over, and we have already helped clients achieve favorable outcomes in the hundreds of millions of dollars.  We expect that total to exceed $1 billion in favorable 2011 results in the next few weeks.

Early Trial Graphics Prep Means More Wins

Please join me in congratulating these Q1 high-achievers:

Paul Taskier, Esq., Ken Brothers, Esq., James Brady, Esq., Eric Albritton, Esq., Danny Williams, Esq., Matthew Rodgers, Esq., Gary Hoffman, Esq., Ryan Flax, Esq., Jeremy Cubert, Esq., and the rest of the Dickstein Shapiro/Williams Morgan/Albritton litigation team representing Dr. Bruce Saffran in Saffran, M.D., Ph.D., v. Johnson & Johnson et al.  This patent infringement matter was tried over seven trial days in January in the Eastern District of Texas using litigation graphics and litigation consulting from Animators at Law.  After only two hours of deliberations, the jury reached a $482 million verdict for Dr. Saffran and included a finding of willful infringement.  Judge Ward is expected to soon rule on enhanced damages.  Animators at Law has worked with teams from Dickstein Shapiro since 1996.

David Kiernan, Esq., John Hall, Jr., Esq., Samson Wu, Esq. and the rest of the litigation team from the Williams & Connolly/Hall Booth team for their representation of Georgetown University in Iacangelo v.Georgetown University et al. tried in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.  After a fifteen day jury trial, a defense verdict was reached.  Animators at Law has worked with teams from Williams & Connolly since 1998.  Animators at Law provided litigation graphics, litigation consulting and courtroom trial tech personnel.

Alan Briggs, Esq., Rebecca Worthington, Esq. and the rest of the team from Squire Sanders' Washington, DC Office for their representation of Trident Enterprises in Trident v. Airtronic USA.  The case was tried before a jury in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.  After a three day trial, the jury returned a million dollar verdict.  Animators at Law provided litigation graphics, litigation consulting and pre-trial technology services.

Other firms we have worked with recently include:

  • Baker McKenzie
  • Paul Hastings
  • Skadden
  • Orrick
  • Foley
  • Boies Schiller
  • Dickinson Wright
  • Hughes Hubbard
  • The U.S. Department of Justice
  • NAACP Legal Defense Fund
  • Hogan Lovells
  • K&L Gates

If you would like to discuss using our graphics consulting or hot-seat personnel for an upcoming trial or hearing (Markman, class cert., PI, SJ, §337, etc.), please contact Alex Brown, Director of Sales and Operations, at 800.337.7697 /brown@a2lc.com.

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