Amr O. Aly is an Intellectual Property partner with more than 20 years of experience in Mayer Brown’s New York office. Amr focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation with emphasis on patent matters. He has broad experience in several fields, including telecom, networking, data encryption and security, Internet, biotechnology, banking, chemical, and pharmaceutical.
He has been involved in major complex litigations, including multiparty and multidistrict litigations, and has been a key member of litigation teams that secured favorable pre-trial results that were affirmed by the Federal Circuit. Amr is the named inventor of US Patent No. 4,999,225, entitled “Powder Thermal Spray Method for Spraying Non-Meltable Materials.”
He was a member of the 1984 US Olympic Soccer Team and awarded the Hermann Trophy (soccer’s equivalent of the Heisman Trophy) as the best collegiate soccer player in 1984. Prior to attending law school, he worked with major engineering companies for over ten years, gaining extensive experience in engineering and management. Amr speaks conversational Arabic.
- Seton Hall University Law School, JD
- Hofstra University, MBA
- Columbia University, BS, BA
- New York
- US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
- US District Court for the Southern District of New York
- US District Court for the Eastern District of New York
- US Patent and Trademark Office
- Weatherproof Wireless, LLC v. Digi International Inc. (D. Del.). Served as lead counsel for Digi against infringement claim of patent directed to wireless routers. Identified prior art that was used to secure a very favorable settlement.
- Uniloc USA, Inc. v. Avaya Inc.; Uniloc USA, Inc. v. ShoreTel, Inc. (E.D. TX). Served as lead counsel for Avaya and ShoreTel against infringement claim of patents directed to teleconferencing and voice messaging. Identified prior art that was used to secure very favorable settlements.
- Odyssey Wireless, Inc. v. Motorola Mobility LLC (S.D. CA). Served as lead counsel for Motorola Mobility against infringement claim of patents directed to 4G LTE connectivity. Identified prior art that was used to secure a very favorable settlement.
- Nonend Inventions, N.V. v. AT&T Mobility, LLC (E.D. TX). Served as lead counsel for AT&T against infringement claim of patents directed to streaming content. Identified prior art that was used to secure a very favorable settlement.
- Sprogis v. JVL Ventures LLC (D. Del.). Served as lead counsel for JVL Ventures (joint venture of AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile) against infringement claim of patent directed to award/loyalty programs. Successfully dismissed the complaint within six months of filing.
- Penovia LLC v. Zebra Technologies Corp. (E.D. TX). Served as lead counsel for Zebra against infringement claim of patents directed to office machine monitoring. Identified prior art that was used to secure settlement on excellent terms.
- Network-1 Security Solutions, Inc. v. Alcatel-Lucent USA, Inc., et al.(E.D. TX). Served as lead counsel for defendant Motorola Solutions against infringement claims of a patent directed to Voice over IP (VoIP). Secured favorable settlement.
- PowerOasis, Inc. et al. v. Wayport, Inc. (D. Mass.). Represented Wayport in a patent infringement case alleging infringement of patent covering vending machines for the provision of telecommunications services. Obtained summary judgment of non-infringement.
- Walker Digital, LLC v. Cryptic Studios, et al. (D. Del.). Served as lead counsel for Pearson Education against infringement claim of a patent directed to online gaming. Identified prior art that was used to secure favorable settlement.
- DataTreasury Corp. v. Wells Fargo & Co., et al. (E.D. TX). Represented defendants HSBC Bank and Wachovia against patent infringement claims of patents directed to data encryption. Secured favorable settlements shortly before trial.
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