Marc Belloli is a trial lawyer whose practice focuses on patent infringement litigation though his trial experience extends to real estate and civil rights cases. Mr. Belloli has represented clients in numerous patent infringement and other intellectual property related lawsuits throughout the United States, including cases in California, Delaware Florida, Maine, New York, Washington, Texas and before the International Trade Commission.
Mr. Belloli has litigated or tried patent cases involving a variety of technologies, including medical devices, computers, Internet applications, laser inscription, semiconductor fabrication and mobile handsets. He has overseen the day-to-day management of numerous patent litigation matters on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants, has handled Markman hearings (and briefing related thereto), motions for summary judgment, trials and appeals.
Lazare Kaplan Int’l, Inc. v. Gemological Institute of America (“GIA”) et al.
Represented GIA through a favorable jury trial and a favorable bench trial. GIA received favorable verdicts of non-infringement and invalidity at the jury trial and inequitable conduct by the plaintiff and exceptional case at the bench trial. GIA was awarded its costs and attorneys’ fees following these verdicts. The asserted patents concerned technology related to laser inscription.
Ergo Licensing, LLC v. CareFusion 303, Inc.
Represented CareFusion in a patent infringement action in the US District Court for the District of Maine. The asserted patent concerns infusion pumps. Judgment was entered in favor of CareFusion following a Markman order where all of the asserted claims were found to be invalid due to indefiniteness.
Sun Microsystems v. Network Appliance; Network Appliance v. Sun Microsystems (Northern District of California)
Represented Sun in three separate patent infringement actions where more than 30 patents were collectively asserted involving processors, servers, networking and storage technology.
In the Matter of Certain Semiconductor Integrated Circuits Using Tungsten Metallization and Products Containing Same-337-TA-648
Represented MagnaChip Semiconductor in a patent infringement action commenced by LSI.
In the Matter of Certain Computer Systems, Printers and Scanners-337-TA-618
Represented Hewlett-Packard in a patent infringement action commenced by Acer Incorporated in the ITC. The asserted patents relate to chip package design and software for controlling an input device.