Tim Syrett's practice focuses on intellectual property and antitrust litigation. Mr. Syrett has particular experience with disputes at the intersection of antitrust and intellectual property law. He has litigated through trial a variety of issues relating to standard-essential patents in the telecommunications industry, including antitrust and contract claims, the determination of FRAND royalties, as well as defenses to infringement arising from standard-setting participation. Mr. Syrett also has litigated patent exhaustion and license defenses. He has represented clients before federal and state courts, the International Trade Commission and the Federal Trade Commission.
In addition to his litigation practice, Mr. Syrett counsels clients on intellectual property and antitrust issues, including licensing, participation in standard-setting organizations, patent assertion entities and patent pools.