David Simons concentrates in patent infringement litigation and post-grant proceedings. His experience includes patent infringement jury trials in Massachusetts, Delaware, North Carolina, and New York; briefing and arguing appeals before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; and drafting and arguing dispositive motions, preliminary injunction oppositions, and claim construction briefs before federal district courts around the country. David's cases have involved a variety of technologies in the mechanical, electrical, and chemical arts, including computer hardware and software, labeled nucleotides, marine generators, chemical deicers, fiber composite decking, manufacturing processes, carpet dyeing machinery, and various medical devices and methods of treatment.
David has also drafted and defended against Petitions for Inter Partes Review and reexamination before the United States Patent & Trademark Office, has prepared and signed Freedom to Operate, Noninfringement, and Invalidity opinion letters, and has drafted and prosecuted patent applications in the biomedical, mechanical, and electrical arts.
Prior to joining K&L Gates, David was a principal at a Boston law firm that specializes in intellectual property law.