26 Apr 2016

Caldwell Cassady & Curry Attorneys Named Among Dallas’ Best

DALLAS – The name principals at Dallas-based

26 Apr 2016

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DALLAS – The name principals at Dallas-based Caldwell Cassady & Curry are being recognized by other attorneys for their work in intellectual property and commercial litigation in the 2016 listing of the Best Lawyers in Dallas published by D Magazine.

Brad Caldwell, Jason Cassady and Austin Curry earned selection to the list for the first time following an impressive year of courtroom victories. In February, the firm prevailed for longtime client VirnetX Holding Corp. in a patent infringement lawsuit against technology giant Apple Inc. Jurors in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas awarded VirnetX $625.6 million, the nation’s largest jury award so far in 2016.

That win eclipsed a separate patent infringement verdict the firm won last year against Apple when Eastern District jurors awarded nearly $533 million to Smartflash LLC. The verdict was the largest in Texas in 2015 and the third-largest in the nation, according to VerdictSearch.

To learn more about the attorneys and their work, please visit http://caldwellcc.com/.

The Best Lawyers in Dallas list is based on nominations from lawyers in Dallas and Fort Worth, a thorough screening process by D Magazine’s editors and a final review by a hand-picked, anonymous panel of the city’s most respected attorneys. The full listing appears in the publication’s May edition and online at http://www.dmagazine.com.

Mr. Caldwell is both an engineer and an attorney. His track record includes cases involving digital media, telecommunications and computer networking, data security, computer imaging, medical devices, enterprise software, banking technology and oilfield services.

Mr. Cassady brings extensive expertise to patent cases involving such diverse technologies as secure computer networking, integrated circuits, video game controllers, drill bit technology, balloon angioplasty catheters, and computer operating systems.

Mr. Curry, who also holds an engineering degree, represents clients in cases involving electrical engineering and computer science technologies. His work includes cases involving document architecture manipulation, systems and logic designed to facilitate secure communications, algorithms for efficient usage of routing cache, and techniques for down-converting carrier RF signals to baseband.

Dallas-based Caldwell Cassady & Curry represents clients in intellectual property disputes and commercial litigation claims. The firm is home to trial lawyers who have tried and won some of the biggest verdicts of the past decade against some of the largest companies in the world.

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