Houston partner Wasif Qureshi was quoted in a Texas Lawyer article discussing Jackson Walker’s successful representation of Roku, Inc. in a $228 million patent trial.
In the article, Wasif said the team started trial expecting to defend against a $10 million claim based on a certain damages model. However, during the trial, ESW increased the number to $228 million.
“It’s hard to tell your client that a $10 million case has turned into a quarter-billion-dollar case,” Wasif said. “But it worked out.”
To read more, view the Texas Lawyer article “Jackson Walker Saves Roku From $10M—No, Make That $228M—Patent Hit” (subscription required). For additional insights about the case, visit the following articles:
- Jackson Walker Obtains Summary Judgment of No Infringement for Roku in WDTX Patent Dispute »
- Jackson Walker Delivers Complete Defense Jury Verdict for Roku in $228 Million WDTX Patent Trial »
Wasif Qureshi practices intellectual property law, with a particular focus on patent litigation. Wasif delivers winning results for his clients, drawing from his engineering background and extensive experience across all phases of litigation. He counsels a diverse range of clients, from startups to Fortune 100 companies. In his nearly 20 years of experience, Wasif has appeared in over 200 district court and International Trade Commission patent infringement suits. He has also successfully argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Wasif’s clients count on him to craft creative and efficient legal strategies that keep business interests in focus.