Joshua Wyde is a patent attorney whose practice emphasizes:
Mr. Wyde has been actively participating in the American Invents Act ("AIA") patent post-grant proceedings ("PGPs") before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board ("PTAB") since PGPs were allowed in 2012. He has been lead counsel in many inter partes reviews and covered business method reviews for both petitioners and patent owners.
Mr. Wyde has been integrally involved in a case taken all the way to jury trial in Federal Court (a milestone many attorneys cannot claim). He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in patent and copyright litigation.
Mr. Wyde has evaluated hundreds portfolios to determine overall value, key value drivers, and potential issues if the patents were litigated for companies considering purchasing patents.
Mr. Wyde has provided many informal and formal opinions regarding infringement, invalidity, enforcability, and unpatentability to companies who have been approached about a patent to objectively assess the actual liklihood for infringement, provide potential "design arounds," and to mitigate later assertions of willfulness.
Mr. Wyde often reviews and drafts intellectual property provisions of contracts, agreements, and licenses.
Mr. Wyde is able to handle small and mid-sized cases that large firms cannot manage cost-effectively, and give much more attention to his clients' matters to produce top-quality legal work at a fraction of the cost charged by larger firms.