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O'shea Getz P.C.

Patrick J. O'Shea

Principal

Email: poshea@osheagetz.com
Phone: (860) 470-4703

PATRICK J. O'SHEA concentrates his practice on intellectual property matters, including contested patent, transactional and licensing matters, patent preparation and prosecution, and patent litigation. He has substantial experience counseling and resolving domestic and foreign disputes for publicly traded companies regarding patent rights and rendering expert opinions concerning patent matters.

Mr. O'Shea previously practiced in Boston for over ten years, initially as an associate and then as a partner at an intellectual property law firm. Prior to entering private practice Mr. O'Shea was an electrical engineer at the Hamilton Standard Division of United Technologies Corporation, and a patent agent and finally a patent attorney at the corporate headquarters of United Technologies Corporation.

Representative Matters

  • PerkinElmer, Inc et al v Bruker Corp. et al (N.D. CA 2013) represented Bruker Corporation and Bruker Biopsin Corporation in defense of a breach of contract action and a patent infringement action relating to in-vivo multi-modal imaging equipment for pre-clinical applications.
  • Excel Dryer, Inc. v. Dyson, Inc. (D. Mass. 2012) represented Excel Dryer in its false advertising action against Dyson relating to high speed hand dryers.
  • Thing5, LLC v Voicecloud, Inc. (D. Mass. 2012) represented Thing5 in its declaratory judgment action seeking a ruling that Thing5 has not infringed upon any valid trademark rights held by Voicecloud, Inc.
  • In re Semiconductor Integrated Circuits Using Tungsten Metallization, Inv. No. 337-TA-648 (2008): represented Micronas GmbH before the United States International Trade Commission in its defense of a patent infringement action initiated by LSI Corporation relating to contact metallization in semiconductor devices.
  • MG Ahrens Associates, Limited v. BabyZone.com, Inc. (D. Mass. 2008): represented MG Ahrens Limited, a New Zealand internet content provider, in its breach of contract action against BabyZone relating to an intellectual property licensing agreement.
  • Mayhew Steel Products, Inc. v. OTC Tools, a Division of SPX Corporation (D. Mass. 2007): represented Mayhew in its assertion of patent infringement relating to hand tools.