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A partner in Crowell & Moring LLP’s Intellectual Property and Litigation groups, Mark is a first-chair jury trial lawyer with more than 25 years of experience in all aspects of intellectual property litigation, from pre-suit investigation through appeal. His practice focuses on patent and trade secret litigation before U.S. district courts across the country, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and U.S. International Trade Commission, with emphasis on offensive and defensive cases in computer, electrical, and mechanical technologies for clients in automotive, aerospace, transportation, defense, telecommunications, and consumer electronics industries. His extensive experience with inter partes reviews before USPTO Patent Trial and Appeal Board, particularly in context of parallel litigation, assists in the successful litigation of cases involving a wide variety of technologies including automated train control, automobile telematics, computer networking, vehicle-based imaging systems, satellite communications, Internet and mobile applications, digital cameras, missile defense, computer software, injection molding, digital printers, and medical devices. He also represents clients in enforcing their patent rights against infringers and in defending against the enforcement efforts of others, with considerable experience asserting patents in competitor cases and defending cases brought by non-practicing entities (NPEs).