Key Experience

  • Focuses on patent infringement litigation.

Practice

Brooks Kenyon practices within the firm’s intellectual property practice, where he focuses primarily on patent disputes.

Representative Work

  • Representing Boston Scientific in a series of multi-front patent and trade secret litigations against Nevro Corp. relating to spinal cord stimulation technology in the District of Delaware. The cases involve affirmative patent and trade secret claims asserted by Boston Scientific, counterclaims for patent infringement and affirmative patent claims asserted by Nevro, and parallel petitions for inter partes review before the PTAB.  The first jury trial in the series of matters occurred in October 2021 where the jury found that Nevro directly infringed one Boston Scientific patent and induced its manufacturer to infringe a second patent directed to spinal cord stimulation technology and awarded $20 million to Boston Scientific.
  • Represented a multinational mobile phone company in more than 35 product liability actions pending before the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.
  • Represented a leading telecommunications company in a Lanham Act litigation.

Recognition