• Six FSC Attorneys Make 2020 Super Lawyers Lists

    Friedman, Suder & Cooke is pleased to announce that six of its attorneys were named Super Lawyers for 2020. Walker Friedman, Michael T. Cooke, Jonathan T. Suder, Glenn S. Orman, Dave R. Gunter, and Jeffrey D. Parks all received this distinctive recognition across several practice areas and several of the firm’s lawyers have now been … (Read More)

  • United States Patent Office Confirms Validity of FSC Client’s Patent

    The United States Patent Office issued a “Notice of Intent to Issue Ex Parte Reexamination Certificate (NIIRC)” confirming the validity of the challenged claim of U.S. Patent No. 6,958,623 without any amendment or modification.  The ‘623 Patent was being reexamined by the USPTO as a result of Power Integrations, Inc.’s request for ex parte reexamination. … (Read More)

  • FSC Scores Win For Client In IPR Battle

    Friedman, Suder & Cooke recently earned decisions denying institution of three IPRs for its client NewSpin Sports LLC challenging all claims of three NewSpin patents on obviousness grounds.  The challenged patents were USP 9,656,122 (IPR2019-00536), USP 8,831,905 (IPR2019-00537), and USP 8,589,114 (IPR2019-00538), each of which are entitled “Motion Capture and Analysis.”  They are addressed to … (Read More)

  • FSC Leads Intellectual Property Seminar for Local STEM Program

    Shareholders of Friedman, Suder & Cooke were pleased to participate in the first annual STEM Summit hosted by Northwest ISD.  The STEM Summit is a conference that provides high school students the opportunity to choose different sessions to attend based on their needs and interest.  Among the wide variety of topics available, Glenn Orman and … (Read More)

  • FSC Secures Precedent-Setting Ruling from Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals that Texas Anti-SLAPP Statute Does Not Apply in Federal Diversity Cases

    On August 23, 2019, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held that the Texas Citizens Participation Act does not apply to diversity cases in federal court. The Fifth Circuit agreed with Friedman, Suder & Cooke, P.C. (“FSC”) that the TCPA conflicts with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and took action in … (Read More)

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