Anthony focuses his practice on district court patent litigation.
He has been involved in complex IP cases as both lead and Delaware counsel covering various technology areas, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems, exhaust gas treatment systems, oil wells, and computer networks. He has also been involved in trademark and contract litigation in district court, as well as trade secret and contract litigation before the Delaware Court of Chancery.
Anthony’s experience spans many phases of litigation, from initial pleadings through final judgment, including taking and defending depositions and taking an active role on trial teams.
In his pro bono activities, Anthony has served as a volunteer advocate, under the guidance of Delaware Volunteer Legal Services (DVLS), in a “protection from abuse” matter in family court. He has also participated in the DVLS “Wills for Seniors” event. In his support of the ABA Death Penalty Representation Project, he worked on post-conviction proceedings that overturned an inmate’s death sentence.
While an undergraduate studying nuclear engineering, Anthony worked for two power utility companies with nuclear power generation facilities in Florida, gaining industry experience relating to radiation monitoring and regulatory compliance practices.
Anthony has been included in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch for his work in intellectual property litigation.
Represented defendant as member of lead counsel team in patent infringement litigation relating to nucleic acid microarrays. Enzo Life Sciences Inc. v. Agilent Techs. Inc., C.A. No 12-434-LPS (D. Del.).
Member of a team that served as co-lead counsel for plaintiffs in Hatch-Waxman litigation relating to Vimpat®, a pharmaceutical for the treatment of epilepsy. UCB, Inc. et al. v. Accord Healthcare, Inc. et al., C.A. No. 13-1206-LPS (D. Del.).
Represented defendant as member of lead counsel team in patent infringement litigation relating to computer networks. Online News Link LLC v. Netflix Inc., C.A. No. 13-1438-RGA (D. Del.).
Represented defendant as member of lead counsel team in patent infringement litigation relating to RFID systems. Proximity Monitoring Innovations LLC v. AssetWorks LLC, C.A. No. 14-575-GMS-SRF (D. Del.).
Represented declaratory judgment plaintiff as member of lead counsel team in trademark infringement and unfair competition litigation relating to golf tees. Pride Mfg. Co., LLC v. Evolve Golf, Inc., C.A. No. 15-1034-SRF (D. Del.).
Member of lead counsel team representing defendant in patent litigation relating to packaging for transdermal patch. Actavis Labs. UT, Inc. v. UCB, Inc., C.A. No. 15-1001 (E.D. Tex.).
Represented plaintiff biotechnology company as lead and Delaware counsel in commercial litigation relating to technology for the production of proteins in plants. iBio, Inc. v. Fraunhofer USA, Inc., C.A. No. 10256-VCMR (Del. Ch.).
Lead counsel for defendants in commercial litigation involving alleged breach of contract and business torts relating to window tinting film. OC Tint Shop, Inc. v. CPFilms, Inc. et al., C.A. No. 17-1677-RGA (D. Del.).
News & Insights
- Media Mention, The Best Lawyers in America, 08.19.2021
The Best Lawyers in America has released its 2022 edition, listing thirty-two attorneys from Morris Nichols. The results are based on peer-review evaluations from more than 66,000 eligible attorneys.
Professional & Civic
American Bar Association
Delaware State Bar Association (Intellectual Property Section)
Federal Bar Association (Delaware Chapter, Planning Committee for the 2018 District of Delaware Bench & Bar Conference)
- Extern to The Honorable Joseph R. Goodwin, US District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia, 2013
Washington and Lee University School of Law, JD, magna cum laude, order of the coif, 2013
Washington and Lee Law Review, staff writer and senior articles editor, 2011-2013
University of Florida, BS, Nuclear Engineering, cum laude, Alpha Nu Sigma Society, 2010
- Delaware, 2013
- US District Court for the District of Delaware, 2014
- US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 2021
- US Patent and Trademark Office, 2010