Sal Lim concentrates in patent litigation. He represents clients in matters involving computer systems and architecture, microprocessors, Internet technologies, semiconductor technologies, telecommunication technologies, DVD and Blu-ray technologies, computer display technologies and software. His patent litigation experience includes cases before the International Trade Commission and the Federal Circuit, as well as District Courts in California, Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin, Delaware, Washington and Indiana. Sal has a Master’s degree in electrical engineering.
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. v. Quanta Computer Corporation, et al. (patent litigation involving notebook computer technology)
Obtained jury verdict of $9 million in favor of Samsung.
Saxon Innovations v. Palm, et al. – (patent litigation involving cellular phone applications processors and wireless controllers)
Represented Palm in four patent infringement actions pending in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas as well as the ITC. Obtained favorable settlement shortly after ITC hearing.
Hewlett-Packard v. Gateway (patent litigation involving computer hardware technology in the ITC; Investigation Number 337-TA-509)
Obtained favorable settlement on behalf of HP after ITC hearing.
E-Pass Technologies, Inc. v. 3Com Corporation & Palm, Inc. (patent litigation involving hand-held computer technology)
Obtained summary judgment of non-infringement on behalf of Palm, which was affirmed by the Federal Circuit.
Qualcomm, Inc. v. Nokia, Corp., et al.
United States District Court, Western District of Wisconsin. Represented Qualcomm in its global patent dispute with Nokia regarding 2G and 3G technology.