Patrick Reidy litigates patents in US District Court, Section 337 investigations at the International Trade Commission, and in inter partes review proceedings before the US Patent and Trademark Office. He has experience litigating patents in multiple technical fields including graphics processing and rendering, computer vision, telecommunications, and semiconductors.

During law school, Mr. Reidy interned for Administrative Law Judge Essex at the International Trade Commission and former Chief Judge Randall R. Rader of Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Mr. Reidy received his undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from Quincy University.


  • Leading electronics manufacturing company in defending against multiple patents asserted against motion sensor input signal processing technology.
  • Leading medical device company in defending against multiple patents asserted against spinal cord stimulation systems.
  • Leading medical device company in asserting multiple patents related to hemostatic clip assembly.
  • Leading electronics manufacturer in defending against patent asserted against standardized speech coding technology.
  • Leading electronics manufacturer in defending against multiple patents asserted against applications of computer vision technology in user interface control.
  • Leading Internet search provider in defending against multiple patent infringement suits related to mapping technology and graphics rendering.
  • Leading automobile manufacturer in defending a patent infringement suit related to marketing technology.
  • Leading television manufacturer in defending a 337 investigation related to graphics processing technology.
  • Leading mobile device manufacturer involved in multiple actions concerning claims related to products liability and other torts.


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  • J.D., The George Washington University Law School, 2013
  • B.S., Mathematics and Computer Science, Quincy University, 2008
  • Illinois
  • District of Columbia
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Member, Giles S. Rich American Inn of Court


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