Peter Mikhail concentrates in patent litigation, patent monetization, and strategic counseling. He has recently represented and counseled clients in matters relating to smart phone and computer architecture and software, flash memory, networking, semiconductor devices, semiconductor fabrication, gaming, mechanical and electromechanical technologies, electronics, optical systems, and Internet and business method patents. Peter has been published by the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology and quoted in legal periodicals.
Intellectual Ventures I LLC and Intellectual Ventures II LLC v. Motorola Mobility LLC (Delaware)
Currently representing Plaintiff Intellectual Ventures in a six patent infringement action against Motorola. Patents-in-suit concern smart phones and mobile telephony.
In re Certain Encapsulated Integrated Circuit Devices and Products Containing Same, Inv. No. 337-TA-501 (International Trade Commission)
Represented the complainant, Amkor. Patents-in-suit concerned semiconductors and integrated circuit packages.
CARD, LLC v. Shuffle Master, Inc., (Nevada)
Represented CARD, the plaintiff and counterclaim defendant. Patents-in-suit concerned casino gaming and card shufflers.
Burst.com v. Microsoft Corp. (Maryland)
Represented defendant Microsoft. Patents in suit concerned streaming media and systems.