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OVERVIEW

Bradley R. Love
Partner

Indianapolis

11 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204-3535

P 317-261-7896

F 317-231-7433

OVERVIEW

Bradley R. Love
Partner

Indianapolis

11 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204-3535

P 317-261-7896

F 317-231-7433

Intellectual property trial lawyer and antitrust counselor Brad Love is a quick study when it comes to identifying and focusing on client objectives, providing meticulous analysis and solutions that are actionable and defensible, and understanding even the most cutting-edge technologies and innovations.

OVERVIEW

Bradley R. Love Partner

Indianapolis

11 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204-3535

P : 317-261-7896

Intellectual property trial lawyer and antitrust counselor Brad Love is a quick study when it comes to identifying and focusing on client objectives, providing meticulous analysis and solutions that are actionable and defensible, and understanding even the most cutting-edge technologies and innovations.

Brad counsels and represents high-tech, manufacturing and online businesses in technology transactions, merger reviews and virtually all aspects of internal and government investigations, trial and appeals. His practice focuses on civil and criminal antitrust investigations, litigation and patent, copyright, trademark, privacy and trade secret disputes.

Brad has managed complex litigation, multidistrict litigation, class actions and appeals in various state and federal courts. Brad prosecutes and defends claims of infringement, misappropriation, misuse, defamation and unfair competition. He offers experience in a variety of technical disciplines, as well as in IP theory, industrial organization and economics.

Brad is committed to creating litigation strategy that takes into consideration not just the law, but also his client’s business goals, market position, image and bottom line. As a litigator and trial advocate, Brad has represented clients before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, International Trade Commission, Federal Trade Commission, and federal and state courts across the country.

By nature, Brad is detail-oriented and works diligently with his clients to understand the economic ramifications of intellectual property and antitrust questions. His strong academic background aid in his ability to efficiently analyze complex legal concepts when guiding clients through their biggest technical and legal challenges. Brad has resolved difficult intellectual property and antitrust cases through dispositive motions and, if necessary, trial. He strives to serve as a strategic counselor who partners with clients to develop strategies that support and enhance their ability to compete throughout the investigation, litigation and merger review process.

Professional and Community Involvement

Board member, Bloomerang LLC

Member, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Forte Leadership Committee

Member, TechPoint

Member, American Bar Association Antitrust Section

Member, State Bar of California Antitrust, Unfair Competition Law and Privacy Section

Volunteer, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Volunteer, Central Indiana Tennis Association

Pro bono work for Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection Program while in law school

EXPERIENCE

Antitrust

  • Represented automobile parts manufacturers, Tokai Kogyo Ltd. and Green Tokai Co., Ltd., in month-long criminal antitrust trial, obtaining not guilty verdicts for both clients on DOJ charges of price fixing, bid rigging and market allocation
  • Represented an international electronic components manufacturer in a government investigation and nationwide MDL litigation by proposed classes of direct and indirect purchasers and negotiated early settlements with class plaintiffs
  • Defended a national foam manufacturer against price-fixing claims brought by classes of direct and indirect purchasers and an assortment of individual plaintiffs including furniture and bedding manufacturers, in a nationwide MDL, and obtained settlements for the client in all of the cases shortly before trial
  • Obtained a dismissal of all class-action claims brought against a major credit card issuer and defeated the proposed class of merchants’ preliminary injunction motion in a nationwide antitrust and unfair competition class action arising from the shift to EMV chip technology
  • Represented an international automotive parts manufacturer in a government investigation and nationwide MDL litigation by proposed classes of direct and indirect purchasers and negotiated early settlements with class plaintiffs
  • Defended a Pacific Rim airline against class-action claims of worldwide price-fixing in an MDL, settling all claims shortly before trial
  • Counseled an international chemical company on a cross-border merger review, merger clearance and competition challenges in a potential merger with a competitor
  • Obtained antitrust clearance from the Federal Trade Commission for the acquisition of a nationwide chain of assisted-living facilities by a real estate conglomerate

Intellectual Property

  • Secured a final determination by the International Trade Commission that optical fiber manufacturer, OFS Fitel, LLC, did not infringe patents related to optical fiber properties and coating compositions and that all asserted patent claims were invalid in a §337 investigation
  • Represented an individual inventor and metallurgist in a two-week jury trial and related litigation alleging trade secret misappropriation, obtaining a verdict of no misappropriation and a dismissal
  • Obtained a complete dismissal for Google Inc. on right of privacy and defamation claims related to YouTube, Google Maps and Blogger
  • Represented a multinational technology and materials company in federal patent infringement and trade secret litigation
  • Defended a leading manufacturer of fiberglass insulation in a PTAB inter partes review proceedings, convincing the PTAB not to institute post grant review on many patent claims and to deny a competitor’s challenges to the manufacturer’s patents on the instituted grounds
  • Obtained summary judgment for Google Inc. on Perfect 10, Inc.’s on copyright, trademark and right of publicity claims based on Communications Decency Act (CDA) immunity and Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbors, and prevailed on the plaintiff’s Ninth Circuit appeal
  • Represented a multinational technology company and hardware manufacturer in patent infringement litigation brought by a non-practicing entity and related PTAB inter partes review proceedings invalidating asserted patent claims
  • Counseled a Japanese technology company regarding antitrust challenges to a defensive patent cross licensing agreement
  • Represented high tech/telecomm companies in an International Trade Commission §337 patent investigation of smartphones brought by a major tech company
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