Bilingual Parr Brown attorneys successfully defended a Japanese multinational client involved in a patent infringement lawsuit in Denver where the plaintiff sought in excess of $75 million and an injunction that would have effectively shut down the client's business in the U.S.
Parr Brown obtained a settlement which allowed the client to sell its products in the U.S. for a nominal payment.
Successfully defended Japanese high tech client in a patent infringement lawsuit, settling for the equivalent of a licensing agreement fee on a product client no longer sold and no restrictions on the continued sales of client's key product. ($61 million).
Defended a  medical device manufacturer accused of infringement.  Won a summary judgment/claims $30 million.
Represented Gastec Co., Ltd., a Japanese company in the industrial safety business, in a suit against a defendant for trademark infringement and unfair competition.  Obtained a settlement whereby defendant paid client damages of more than 10 times the attorneys' fees accumulated during the suit and agreed to stop selling infringing products.
Reversed a trial court decision on appeal with the Federal Circuit, injunction thrown out, obtained new construction of the patent.
Obtained a settlement where defendant agreed to stop selling product and pay our client eight times the gross revenues on the sales of the accused product.
Obtained a stipulated injunction within thirty days of filing a software infringement action.
Successfully represented a software manufacturer in a $23.5 software piracy case.
Successfully defended Bausch & Lomb in a licensing dispute related to Lasik eye surgery.
Successfully represented Gastec Co., Ltd of Japan.  Obtained settlement whereby defendant agreed to re-design its product that infringed client’s trade dress. 
Represented a German academic institute against charges in California of patent infringement regarding clean room technology.  Within six months the case was dismissed.