Marissa R. Ducca
Washington, D.C. Office
Tel: +1 202-538-8000
Fax: +1 202-538-8100
Entertainment and Media Litigation
Intellectual Property Litigation
International Trade Commission Proceedings
Life Sciences Litigation
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Member, The District of Columbia Bar; United States Court of Appeals: Federal Circuit; United States District Courts: Eastern District of Texas, Northern District of Ohio, Southern District of Ohio; Registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office
Obtained the first ever exclusion order against Apple in the International Trade Commission on behalf of Samsung in Inv. No. 337-TA-794.
Obtained a successful settlement on behalf of Motorola against TiVo in Eastern District of Texas dispute.
On behalf of a global telecommunications company successfully resolved IP dispute with Apple involving district court litigations in Delaware and Wisconsin, three ITC investigations, and foreign court proceedings.
Obtained early dismissal for AOL and motion to stay and dismissal with prejudice for eBay in patent infringement lawsuit filed in the Northern District of California.
Successfully defended major telecommunications carrier in patent infringement lawsuit filed in the Eastern District of Texas.
Successfully defended Defendants AOL, eBay, and MySpace in patent infringement lawsuit filed in the Eastern District of Texas involving Linux operating system.
Obtained successful settlement following trial for medical device manufacturer against Medtronic.
Obtained early dismissals for AOL, CBS and Dun & Bradstreet in patent infringement lawsuit filed in the Eastern District of Texas. Successfully defended AOL in patent infringement lawsuit filed in the Southern District of Florida involving digital radio.
Successfully defended global telecommunications company in patent infringement lawsuit filed in the District of Delaware involving AGPS technology. Obtained summary judgment for AOL in multidistrict litigation against Ronald A. Katz Technology Licensing (RAKTL).
Successfully defended global telecommunications company in ITC investigation involving LEDs. On behalf of a global telecommunications company successfully resolved the largest IP dispute in U.S. history.
Represented Kodak in multidistrict litigation involving digital camera technology.
Represented client Micron in multi case dispute against Tessera.