J.S.T. Corp. v. Foxconn Interconnect Tech. Ltd

Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP advised Robert Bosch and Foxconn on the dispute.

J.S.T. alleged in the ITC that Bosch and Foxconn infringed a J.S.T. patent related to an electrical connector used in General Motors vehicles. IP partners Bas de Blank and Jordan Coyle led the Bosch and Foxconn effort in the ITC, which found all of the asserted claims both invalid as anticipated and not infringed by the Bosch and Foxconn products.

the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals today upheld an International Trade Commission (ITC) finding in favor of our clients Robert Bosch and Foxconn in a long-running patent dispute with J.S.T Corporation.

The Orrick team was led by Mark Davis (Picture) and included Bas de Blank, Jordan Coyle, Christopher Higgins, Katherine Kopp, Alexandra Bursak, Matthew Shahabian, Michael Chow, Mark Wine, Don Daybell, Johanna Jacobs, Joe Chern and David Medina.

Involved fees earner: Alexandra Bursak – Orrick; Joseph Chern – Orrick; Michael Chow – Orrick; Jordan Coyle – Orrick; Mark Davies – Orrick; Don Daybell – Orrick; Bas de Blank – Orrick; Christopher Higgins – Orrick; Johanna Jacob – Orrick; Katherine Kopp – Orrick; David Medina – Orrick; Matthew Shahabian – Orrick; Mark Wine – Orrick;

Law Firms: Orrick;

Clients: Bosch; Foxconn Interconnect Technology Limited ;

Author: Ambrogio Visconti