Intel, Others Get Computer Network Patents Axed At PTAB
Rimon IP Partners, Karineh Khachatourian and David Xue, represent Cavium, LLC and are part of a team who appeared before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”) challenging the validity of various Alacritech, Inc. computer network patents that were asserted against various technology companies in the Eastern District of Texas. Read the full Law360 article here.
Karineh Khachatourian is a first chair IP litigator and strategist. Ms. Khachatourian previously founded Duane Morris’ Silicon Valley office where she served as Managing Partner and is a past member of the firm’s governing Partners Board. She currently serves as Diversity Chair at Rimon. Ms. Khachatourian’s practice focuses on a wide range of technologies including enterprise and consumer products utilizing computer software and hardware, with an emphasis on data security, encryption technology, internet content delivery and load balancing, network communication technologies, consumer electronics and computer peripherals, and video gaming technology. Read Ms. Khachatourian’s full bio here.
David T. Xue, Ph.D., practices in the area of intellectual property law. Dr. Xue has extensive experience representing clients in a wide array of patent-related matters, including strategic counseling, portfolio management and monetization, freedom to operate analysis, patent prosecution, patent litigation, inter partes review (IPR) proceedings and U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) proceedings. He counsels technology companies on computer software and hardware, semiconductor devices, networking devices, electronic devices, medical devices, wireless communication networks, network security and storage, artificial intelligence, deep learning, machine learning, web-based applications, electronic transactions and fraud prevention, social networking, online search, multimedia content and digital documentation, clean energy and business methods. Read Dr. Xue’s full bio here.