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MONTE M. BOND 5765 Lois Lane - Plano Texas 75024 – email@example.com - 214-356-2170 Attorney Specializing in Patent, Other IP and Complex Commercial Litigation, Trials and Appeals 20+ years of experience as lead counsel or part of a broader team successfully prosecuting and defending Patent, Trademark and other IP and related complex commercial cases Case management responsible for devising and implementing creative strategies regarding all aspects of cases involving various technologies including: wireless communications; telecom; signal processing; computer software; biotech; chemical; electrical; mechanical Development of innovative strategies that result in the efficient use of firm and client resources and control and reduce attorney fees and case expenses Head of Intellectual Property Section overseeing professionals and managing several ongoing patent, trademark and copyright litigation and prosecution files Extensive experience in claim construction proceedings, e-discovery, motion practice, depositions, trial preparation, trials, appeals, settlements and licensing Strategic oversight of patent, trademark and copyright prosecution to obtain client’s market and litigation oriented goals Admitted in Texas and Washington D.C.; the United States Courts of Appeal for the Federal, Fifth and Seventh Circuits; the United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas with significant experience in the United States District Courts for Delaware, Chicago, San Francisco and San Jose CORE COMPETENCIES Leadership Litigation Cost Control Trial Advocacy Team Building Prosecution Strategy Appellate Advocacy Case Strategy Technology Expertise Negotiations Case Management Legal Writing Licensing/Settlements
P age |2 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Monte Bond PLLC, Owner—March 2010 to Present HBP Solutions, Inc., Owner—July 2008 to Present Dykema Gossett LLC, Partner--September 2007 to June 2008 Godwin, Pappas, Langley & Ronqillo, LLP, Partner--March 2005 to August 2007 Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, LLP, Partner--February 2001 to February 2005 McKool Smith, P.C., Associate--September 1997 to January 2001 Mankoff, Hill, Held & Metzger, Associate--July 1991 to October 1994 Richards, Medlock & Andrews, Associate--May 1988 to July 1991 EDUCATION Juris Doctor (JD)--Texas Tech School of Law, Lubbock, Texas Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering--Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas OTHER EXPERIENCE Betty’s Brisket and Gourmet Foods, Inc. Owner, CEO and GC--July 1995 to July 1997 Fortress Financial Group, Consultant--October 1994 to August 1995 CASE EXPERIENCEThe following is a description of several cases illustrating the nature and variety of my litigationand licensing experience.Realtime Data, LLC D/B/A/ IXO, v. Morgan Stanley et. al., 1:11-cv-06696-RJH; in the UnitedStates District Court for the Southern District of New York. Acting licensing and settlementcounsel in joint representation with litigation counsel McKool Smith in a multi-case patentinfringement action involving over 20 defendants including Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley,NYSE, NASDAQ, Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg; over 300 potential licensees; and datacompression processes and systems used for sending and receiving market data.Wi-LAN v. Acer et al, 2:07-cv-00473-TJW –CE. In the United States District Court for theEastern District of Texas, Marshall Division. Licensing, settlement and oversight andmanagement responsibilities over outside counsel in a mutli-case patent infringement actioninvolving over 20 defendants including Apple, HP, Lenovo, Intel, and Broadcom and wirelesscommunication processes and technology for Wi-Fi and Wi-MAX.T-Netix, Inc. et al, Inc. v. FSH Communications, LLC, et al ,Civil Action No. 2-06cv-426--In theIn the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Marshall Division.
P age |3Representation of FSH in a patent infringement case involving telecommunications and billingprocesses and technology.Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. v. M-I, LLC, d/b/a M-I Swaco Drillings Fluids, L.L.C.; CivilAction No. 06:05cv155; In the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas,Tyler Division. Representation of Halliburton in a patent infringement case involving drillingfluid technology.William Reid, et al., v. Hallburton Company, et al.; Civil Action No. 2:05cv401; In the UnitedStates District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Marshall/Texarkana Division.Representation of Halliburton in a patent infringement case involving identity management forenterprise networks.M-I Swaco v. Halliburton, Civil Action No. 3:98-CV-2903-D; United States District Court,Central District of California. Representation of Halliburton in a Walker Process anti-trust suit.The Glazier Group, Inc., et al., v. Mandalay Corp., et al.; Civil Action No. H-06-02752; In theUnited States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division. Representationof Glazier Group in a trademark infringement case involving the mark "Strip House" for steakhouse restaurants.The Glazier Group, Inc. v. Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises, Serial No. 78/971,220 In theUnites State Patent and Trademark Office Before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.Representation of Opposer, Glazier, in a trademark opposition proceeding.Grover Products, Inc. v. Gabbert Equipment Inc., Civil Action No. CV-06-8158 in the UnitedStates District Court for the central District of California, Los Angeles Division. Representationof Gabbert Equipment in a trademark, domain name, breach of contract case.Capital One Financial Corp. v. Drive Financial Services LP, et. al. Civil action No. 1:06cv279in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria Division.Represented Drive Financial Services in a declaratory judgment action regarding trademarkinfringement.Weatherford/Lamb, Inc. v. Halliburton Co., Civil Action No. 2-05CV-78-TJW, In the UnitedStates District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Marshall/Texarkana Division.Representation of Halliburton in a patent infringement case involving sand control screen tooltechnology.Aceco Valves v. FMC, Civil Asction No. 591 TCK-PJC, In the Unite States District Court for theNorthern District of Oklahoma. Representation of FMC as lead counsel in a patent infringementcase involving pipeline valve technology.In Re Compression Labs, Inc., Patent Litigation Civil Action No. MDL 05-1654 JF, In theNorthern District of California, San Jose Division. Representation of Compression Labs(Forgent) in a multi-district patent infringement case involving JPEG imaging technology.
P age |4Chimie v. PPG Indus., Civil Action No. 01-389 KAJ, In the United States District Court for theDistrict of Delaware. Representation of Rhodia-Chimie in a patent infringement case involvingsilica particulate technology. Appeal reported at Chimie v. PPG Indus., 402 F.3d 1371 (Fed. Cir.2005).Monsanto Company v. Bayer Bioscience N.V. (formerly known as Aventis CropScience N.V.)Civil Action No. 1:00CV00463 In the United States District Court for the Middle District ofNorth Carolina. Representation of Bayer in a patent infringement case involving geneticallymodified corn.Ericsson Inc. v. Harris Corporation, Civil Action No. 3:98-CV-2903-D; United States DistrictCourt, Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division. Representation of Ericsson in a multi-patentinfringement case involving wireless communications technology. Appeal reported at HarrisCorp. v. Ericsson Inc., 417 F.3d 1241 (Fed. Cir. 2005)Agere Guradian Systems Corp. v. Proxim, Inc., Civil Action No. 01-339; United States DistrictCourt for the District of Delaware. Representation of Proxim in a multi-patent infringementcase involving wireless communications and integrated circuit technologies.In the Matter of Certain Network Interface Cards and Access Points, Investigation No. 337-TA-455, United States International Trade Commission, Washington, D.C. Represented Proxim in amulti-patent infringement case involving 802.11 wireless communications technology againstmultiple respondents.AT&T Corp. v. Excel Communications Civil Action No. 96-434 (SLR), United States DistrictCourt for the District of Delaware. Represented Excel in a patent infringement case involvingelectronic billing methods. Appeal reported at AT&T Corp. v. Excel Communs., Inc., 172 F.3d1352 (Fed. Cir. 1999).Ericsson Inc., et al. v. Qualcomm Inc., et al. Civil Action No. 2:96CV183, United States DistrictCourt for the Eastern District of Texas, Marshall Division. Represented Ericsson in a multi-patent infringement case involving wireless communications.Am Can Enterprises, Inc. v. Richard Renzi, et al., Case No. 90-C-3983, United States DistrictCourt for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division. Represented three individualDefendants in trademark/trade dress infringement case involving marks and trade dress relatingto directory publications. Case reported at AmCan Enters. v. Renzi, 32 F.3d (7th Cir. 1994).S. Richard Szczepanik v. First Southern Holding Company, Cause No. 91-03174-L, 193rdJudicial District Court, Dallas County, Texas. Represented Defendant in a breach of contractand trade secret misappropriation case. Case reported at First S. Trust Co. v. Szczepanik, 880S.W.2d 10 (Tex. App. Dallas 1993) and Szczepanik v. First S. Trust Co., 883 S.W.2d 648 (Tex.1994).
P age |5Steven L. Neusse v. Vernon Wells, Case No. 3:93-CV-1190-D, United States District Court,Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division. Represented Defendant in a copyrightownership/infringement case.Benoit Design, Inc. v. Scientific Software-Intercomp, Inc. d/b/a/ Kinesix, Inc., Case No. 91-7880-G, 134th Judicial District Court, Dallas County, Texas. Represented Plaintiff in suit on swornaccount in connection with advertising services.American Telecommunications Management Corporation v. John Wachsmuth, Case No. 92-11530-E, 101st Judicial District Court, Dallas County, Texas. Represented Plaintiff in tradesecret misappropriation case.Allied Marketing Group, Inc. d/b/a/ Sweepstakes Clearinghouse v. National Market Center, CaseNo. CA 3:92-00067-P, United States District Court, Northern District of Texas. Acted as localcounsel for Defendant in copyright/trademark infringement case.Jose Zamora, et al. v. James Dechene, Case No. L-91-96, United States District Court, SouthernDistrict of Texas, Laredo Division. Represented Defendants in labor case involving the FairLabor Standards Act and Migrant Farm Workers Act.Vance G. Dunham, Debtor, Harry Cure, in his capacity as Chapter 7 Trustee v. Texas TruckInsurance Agency, Inc. and Linda Joy Dunham, Case no. 393-31502-HCA-7, Adv. No. 394-3182, United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division.Represented Defendant in bankruptcy adversary proceeding.Wells Fargo Credit Corporation v. S.P. Investments, et al., Case No. 92-08372-D, 44th JudicialDistrict Court, Dallas County, Texas. Represented Defendants in promissory note case.Bradley Joseph Smith v. Robert Van Winkle a/d/a/ Vanilla Ice, Tommy Quon, Greg Synodis,TeleVisions Corporation, Screen Gems-EMI Music, Inc. d/b/a/ SBK Records, Capitol-EMIMusic, Inc, Thorn-EMI North American Holdings, Inc., Video Jukebox Network, ViacomInternational, Inc. d/b/a/ Music Television Network, MTV Networks, a division of ViacomInternational, Inc. v. Ultrax Records, Inc. as successor to Ultra Records, and Ichiban Records,Case No. 3:93-CV-2241-P, United States District Court, Northern District of Texas, DallasDivision. Represented Defendant "Vanilla Ice" in copyright infringement case .Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. as Receiver for Lone Star National Bank v. Texas Radius, Inc.,Ronald Underwood and Joe Puckett, Case No. 3:93-CV-0702-H, United States District Court forthe Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division. Represented Defendant in promissory note case.Federal Deposition Insurance Corporation, as receiver for The First State Bank v. Paula L.Stringer, Case No. 3:98-CV-0994-X, United States District Court, Northern District of Texas,Dallas Division. Lead appellate counsel for appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the5th Circuit.
P age |6Kinlaw Oil Corporation and Kinlaw Securities Corporation v. H. Dawson French, Charles M.Hamilton and David French, Case No. 93-04974-C, 68th Judicial District Court, Dallas County,Texas. Represented Plaintiff in a trade secret misappropriation case.Trac Drilling, Inc. v. Reef Exploration, Inc., Case No. 3009, 349th Judicial District Court,Anderson County, Texas. Represented Defendant regarding gas well drilling contract case.Taylor Directional Drilling Services, Inc. v. Reef Exploration Corporation, Case No. 91-05-0133-CVW, 81st Judicial District, Wilson County, Texas. Represented defendant in a oil and gaswell drilling contract case.Isabel Gonzales v. Southwest Case Associates, L.P. d/b/a/ Southwest Care Center, Case No. 90-CI-14904, 150th Judicial District, Bexar County, Texas. Represented Defendant in personalinjury case involving a nursing home.