S. Calvin Walden
7 World Trad Center, S50 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10007
(New York)

Position: Partner

TEL: 212-937-7215

FAX: 212-937-7300

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Website: www.wilmerhale.com

Admitted: New York

Law School: JD, magna cum laude, Ueshiva University, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 1996, Graduated First in Class

College: MA, English, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1994 B.A., English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Practice Areas: Patent Litigation, Intellectual Property Litigation, Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation

Additional Information:  S. Calvin Walden is a partner in the firm's Litigation/Controversy Department, and a member of the Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Group. He joined the firm in 2000. Practice Mr. Walden's practice focuses on intellectual property advice and litigation, with an emphasis on patent litigation and licensing disputes, and on advising clients concerning intellectual property asset management, new products and licensing issues. Mr. Walden has served as counsel for a broad range of clients, including public companies, private high technology and medical technology companies, and companies in the graphic arts. Mr. Walden has argued in federal district courts across the country, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and before the International Trade Commission. He has successfully argued multiple dispositive motions, including, most recently, in multiple investigations before the ITC. Recent Highlights Successfully tried, and sustained on appeal, a 17-day bench trial resulting in a ruling that six patents were unenforceable as a result of inequitable conduct by the patentee and in an award of $2.74 million in attorneys' fees Obtained a summary judgment of non-infringement, sustained on appeal, in a patent case pending in the District of Delaware Successfully represented a manufacturer of GPS chips and software as a complainant in a Section 337 proceeding before the ITC, resulting in a finding of a violation based on infringement of all six asserted patents Successfully represented a digital camera technology company as a complainant in a Section 337 proceeding before the ITC against two cellular handset manufacturers, resulting in a finding of violation based on infringement of both asserted patents See also: Apple, Inc. v. Samsung Electonics

Firm Members: Ross Firsenbaum

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