Maya Eckstein

Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP

$ $$$

East Byrd Street 901-951
Richmond 23219 VA US

With more than 20 years of experience in complex commercial litigation, Maya M. Eckstein has successfully represented clients in a wide range of industries and matters. She has an established track record of achieving positive results for her clients, whether by jury verdict, settlement, or pre-litigation counseling.

Many of Maya’s cases have focused on intellectual property matters, including patent, trade secrets and trademark matters. She has represented clients in matters involving various technologies, including cable television, hearing aid, electronic payments, wireless email, home construction, and other technologies, as well as in ANDA litigation.

Maya also has achieved client victories in product liability and class action litigation. She has significant experience planning, coordinating and executing the defense of complex litigation involving multiple defendants and jurisdictions, including multidistrict litigation under 28 U.S.C. §1407.

Maya is the former head of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group, sits on the firm’s Associates Committee, and is Co-Chair of the Richmond office’s Pro Bono Committee. Among other things, she regularly represents parents on a pro bono basis in federal international child abduction cases.

Experience:

  • Lead counsel for plaintiff in trade secret misappropriation suit. The matter is pending.
  • Lead counsel for defendant in trade secret misappropriation suit. The matter is pending.
  • Trial counsel for defendant in trade secret misappropriation suit. A federal jury returned a favorable verdict.
  • Trial counsel for plaintiff in antitrust suit. A federal jury found that the defendant committed antitrust violations and awarded significant damages.
  • Lead counsel for defendant in litigation involving QR codes. The case settled favorably.
  • Lead counsel for defendant in ANDA patent litigation. The case settled favorably.
  • Lead counsel for defendant in litigation involving secure online transactions. The case settled favorably.
  • Lead counsel for defendant in litigation involving smartphone app technology. The case settled favorably.
  • Lead counsel for defendant in litigation involving POS technology. The case settled favorably.
  • Lead counsel for defendant in litigation involving website searching technology. The case settled favorably.
  • Lead counsel for defendant in federal court and ITC litigation involving USB thumb drive technology. Both cases resolved favorably.
  • Lead counsel for defendants in litigation involving ownership of patents covering wireless email technology. The case settled favorably.
  • Lead counsel for defendant in patent infringement litigation involving technology relating to parking systems. The case resolved favorably.
  • Lead counsel for defendant in patent infringement litigation involving package tracking technology. The case settled favorably.
  • Trial counsel for patent holder in Energy Transportation Group, Inc. v. Sonic Innovations, Inc. et al. Civ. Act. No. 05-422(GMS) involving hearing aid technology.
  • The jury returned a verdict for client ETG, finding willful patent infringement and awarding damages of $31 million against two defendants. The Federal Circuit affirmed the jury’s verdict and the trial court’s post-trial rulings.
  • Trial counsel for patent holder in infringement litigation involving cable television technology. After obtaining successful ruling in week-long trial on licensing issues, case was favorably settled with multi-million dollar license.
  • Lead counsel for patent holder in infringement litigation relating to document security technology. The case was favorably settled.
  • Lead counsel for defendant in patent infringement litigation involving utility and design patents. The case was favorably settled.
  • Lead counsel in ICC arbitration involving dispute over patent license agreement. The case was favorably settled.
  • Lead counsel for defendants in patent infringement litigation involving above-ground storage tanks. Case was favorably settled with no-cost license for defendants.
  • Counsel for Fortune 500 company in trademark infringement litigation against competitor. Case was favorably settled.
  • Lead counsel for defendant Interactive Communications International, Inc. in TGIP, Inc. v. AT&T Corp. et al, (E.D. Tex.). After obtaining summary judgment of non-infringement on majority of products at issue, settlement reached resulting in dismissal before trial.
  • Trial counsel for patent owner ePlus in ePlus, Inc. v. SAP, Civil Action No. 3:05cv281 (E.D. Va.) in infringement litigation involving electronic procurement systems. Case was favorably settled while awaiting the court’s decision following a four-week trial.
  • Counsel for patent owner in infringement litigation to prevent defendant companies from using technology related to wireless email. Case was favorably settled after receiving jury verdict of infringement and validity.
  • Significant experience with software and business method patent litigation.
  • Counsels clients on legal issues related to use of open source software.

EDUCATION:

  • JD, Syracuse University College of Law, magna cum laude, Associate Notes and Comments Editor, Syracuse Law Review, Order of the Coif, 1995
  • BS, Kent State University, cum laude, 1991

BAR ADMISSIONS:

  • District of Columbia
  • New York
  • Virginia

CLERKSHIPS:

  • US Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit

Memberships:

  • Thomas Jefferson Intellectual Property American Inn of Court

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