For 20 years, Timothy J. Heverin has represented clients in high-value patent and trade secret disputes, often involving international actors, activity, and witnesses. In doing so, he has appeared before district courts across the country, the Federal Circuit, the ITC, and PTAB.
In particular, Tim has extensive experience litigating life science patent disputes. He has represented clients in matters concerning pharmaceutical and biologic products such as Prezista®, Hytrin®, Tricor®, Istodax®, and Kuvan®. He recently was part of the team that successfully defeated an institution of four IPRs and defended a separate interference action related to formulation patents for top-selling drug, Humira®.
In addition to his pharmaceutical work, Tim has handled patent disputes relating to medical devices, chemical processing, semiconductor fabrication and function, microchip architecture, information theory and coding, and search and database mining.
Tim serves as the Hiring Partner for the Chicago Office, where he heads the office’s Recruiting Committee, and as co-chair of the Firm’s IP Recruiting and Associate Development Committee. He also serves on the board of directors of the Lawyers’ Committee for Better Housing.
Prior to attending law school, Tim worked in the U.S. Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program as a nuclear plant engineer at Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory’s Kesselring site, where, among other things, he instructed Naval officers in nuclear plant operation and casualty response.
- University of Notre Dame (J.D. summa cum laude 1997; Articles Editor, Law Review; B.S. 1991)
BAR ADMISSIONS : Illinois
- Freescale defends against patent infringement action related to methods of wireless data transmission
- Celgene files declaratory judgment action against Cyclacel
- Abbott prevails in patent infringement action against Sandoz
- Freescale and Interphase defend against patent infringement allegations over semiconductor technology
- IBM settles patent infringement case against Amazon.com involving data storage and presentation
- IBM settles patent infringement case against Amazon.com involving electronic ordering systems
- IBM defends against patent infringement charges over detectors for defective floppy diskette controllers
- Abbott pursues patent infringement and related litigation involving HYTRIN®,
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