Tallon, Nina S. - Washington, DC

1875 Pennsylvania Avenue, NWWashington, DC 20006

Updated: 01/07/2014

Washington Litigation/Controversy Lawyer

Overview

Nina Tallon's practice focuses on patent litigation. She has represented clients in jury and bench trials in state courts, Federal Courts and in Section 337 matters before the US International Trade Commission. Ms. Tallon's cases have involved technologies such as microprocessors, digital cameras, flash memory devices, GPS, cellular and wireless communications, user interfaces, acoustics, diagnostic assays, enterprise management computer software and municipal drinking water...

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