Ray practices in all areas of commercial litigation, including patent, trade secret, trademark, trade dress, copyright, and other intellectual property and technology matters. His representation has included enforcement of computer software and IP related contracts and administrative actions to protect trademarks and domain names.
Ray became a lawyer because he enjoys solving complex problems. His clients appreciate that Ray can find reasonable solutions to their challenges.
Outside of work, Ray enjoys running, movies, reading science fiction, and spicy food. He is also an avid golfer.
Intellectual Property and IP Litigation
Emerging Businesses and Technologies
Privacy and Data Security
Evolving Uniformity in IP Law - A Prediction for Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International Inc.
New Arizona Law and Patent Demand Letters
Copyright Protection for Architectural Works
Copyright and Fair Use on the Internet
Federal Circuit Affirms Constitutionality of Inter Partes Review System in MCM Opinion
Supreme Court IP Roundup - Patents
TTAB Proceedings - Confusion (or Not) and Preclusion (or Not)
Two Additional Patent Cases Before the Supreme Court May Fit A Trend Toward More Limited Liability
Supreme Court Allocates IP Factfinding
Supreme Court Hears Two Trademark Cases About Who Gets to Decide
Protection of Confidential Information
Facts and Patent Claim Construction
2014 Summary of Supreme Court IP Cases
Alice in Computer Land
Cables, Antennas and Public Performance
An FDA Compliant Label Can Still Be Misleading
Copyright Statute of Limitations Trumps Laches
Claim Definiteness Requires "Reasonable Certainty"
Supreme Court Emphasizes Terms of Attorneys' Fees Statute in Patent Cases
A Business Can Assert False Advertising for Indirect Harm
Intellectual Property Under Supreme Scrutiny
Bowman v. Monsanto: Don’t Blame the Bean!
Update on Kirtsaeng v. Wiley & Sons: If You Buy a Book, You Can Re-sell It
If You Buy A Book, Can You Re-sell It? Kirtsaeng v. Wiley & Sons
Other Articles and Presentations