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Baldassare Vinti

Baldassare Vinti

Partner

Baldassare Vinti is a partner in the Patent Law and Intellectual Property Groups.

Baldo’s practice focuses on litigating patent, false advertising, trade secret, trademark and contractual matters in federal and state courts and before the International Trade Commission. He is a skilled intellectual property litigator with extensive experience in all aspects of litigation, including trials (jury and bench), Markman hearings, appeals before the Federal Circuit, case preparation and strategy, depositions, motion practice, and settlement negotiations. In the area of patent litigation, he has worked on cases involving a broad range of technologies, including medical devices, diagnostics, immunoassays, orthotics and prosthetics, proton pump inhibitor pharmaceuticals, dental implants, electronic medical records systems, wound dressings, pharmaceutical capsules, digital video compression, electronic book delivery and security systems, mobile phones and mobile media technologies, ATSC digital television standard, navigation, location-based services, bandwidth management, bar code scanning, irrigation equipment, waste management systems, laser inscription devices, and other related technologies. Baldo has represented numerous major corporations in patent litigations, including British Telecommunications PLC, Church & Dwight Co., Inc., Henry Schein, Inc., Maidenform Brands Inc., Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Ossur North America Inc., Panasonic Corp., Sony Corp., U.S. Philips Corp. and Zenith Electronics LLC.

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Ninth Circuit Clarifies Standing Requirements for Damages Classes

In a decision that will have repercussions for consumer false advertising lawsuits, a Ninth Circuit panel recently ruled in a Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) case that all class members must have standing at the trial stage of a class action for monetary damages. Ramirez v. TransUnion, LLC, 951 F.3d 1008 (9th Cir. 2020).… Continue Reading
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