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Matthew T. Bailey concentrates his practice in the areas of patent and Intellectual Property prosecution, counseling, and enforcement (pre-litigation counseling, opinion work and litigation).
With more than 20 years of experience in the patent field, primarily as a private practice attorney, Mr. Bailey has also worked as an attorney advisor at the International Trade Commission (ITC) handling Section 337 investigations related to computer, semiconductor and mechanical technologies. While working at the ITC, he advised the ITC on a variety of issues, including temporary and permanent exclusion orders, and also appeared before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit to defend the Commission’s ultimate determinations.
Recently, Mr. Bailey has focused on prosecution and counseling for large technology companies and is working in a wide range of technologies, including electrical, mechanical and chemical. His patent prosecution practice includes patentability and right-to-use counseling; patent drafting; patent prosecution; sophisticated appeal, post-grant counseling and advocacy; and large portfolio management.
Mr. Bailey has handled several significant high technology patent infringement litigations before various U.S. District Courts throughout the United States and before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He has successfully argued Preliminary Injunction Motions, Summary Judgment Motions, and a wide variation of Discovery Motions. Mr. Bailey also has extensive experience advocating at Markman Hearings.
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