- Won final judgment in favor of Dow 30 software company in patent infringement lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California and won affirmance at the Federal Circuit.
- Lead counsel representing nine defendants, including major software, media, computer, financial, and social media companies in a patent litigation involving the first parallel proceedings at the Patent Trials and Appeal Board at the USPTO, the Eastern District of Texas, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. As part of the same dispute Jose also served as lead counsel in defendants' interlocutory appeal to the Federal Circuit that reversed the district court's denial of a stay pending a petition for Covered Business Method patent review by the PTAB and setting precedential law. Subsequent to the stay, the PTAB held every claim of plaintiff's patent unpatentable as an abstract idea and also anticipated by prior art. The claims against all defendants were dismissed with prejudice.
- Served as lead counsel for Dow 30 software company in litigation related to educational software. Successfully represented the client at the district court in claim construction involving functional claims that led to the Federal Circuit’s precedential decision on interpreting 35 USC Section 112 means-plus-function claims that found certain asserted claims invalid. The claims were dismissed against Jose’s clients with prejudice.
- Represented orthodontics software company in a patent suit relating to orthodontics systems and computer-aided design. After counterclaiming with multiple patent claims and asserting unexpected affirmative defenses, the case settled on favorable terms for the client.