Mike Tomasulo is a partner in Dickstein Shapiro's Intellectual Property Practice. Mr. Tomasulo's practice focuses on high stakes intellectual property litigation and the quick and efficient achievement of the client's goals. His patent cases have involved a variety of technology, including flash memory controllers, Internet search and database management technology, software patents, gamma ray inspection equipment, high-brightness LEDs, computer hardware emulation, mechanical equipment, medical devices, and biotechnology.
Mr. Tomasulo's recent patent litigation representations include patent litigation in the Eastern District of Texas, patent litigation involving Internet and software patents, and patent litigation involving large joint defense groups.
Mr. Tomasulo has significant experience with patent litigation before the U.S. International Trade Commission. He also donates his time as a court-appointed attorney settlement officer for patent litigation matters in the Central District of California. This experience has proved invaluable in helping him achieve early, cost-effective settlements for his clients.
Mr. Tomasulo has also been lead counsel or co-lead counsel in numerous trade secret, copyright, and trademark litigations, as well as in two breach of contract arbitrations, including an international dispute litigated simultaneously in Canada and in the United States before the International Center for Dispute Resolution.