Kenneth Maikish’s practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, particularly patent litigation. Ken manages several patent litigation cases related to computer software. He has drafted Markman briefs and argued at a Markman hearing. Ken is responsible for all aspects of several patent cases including non-infringement theories, prior art research, invalidity theories, and discovery.
- IconFind, Inc. v. Google Inc., Case No. 11-00319-GEB (E.D. Cal.): Ken represented Google in this case relating to categorization of web pages. The case settled on favorable terms.
- Collarity, Inc. v. Google Inc., Case No. 11-1103-MPT (D. Del.): Ken represents Google in this case relating to refinement of search queries.
- Walker Digital, LLC v. Google Inc., et al., Case No. 11-00311-RGA (D. Del.): Ken represents Google in this case relating to online advertising auction systems.
- Walker Digital, LLC v. Google Inc., et al., Case No. 11-00369-RGA (D. Del.): Ken represents Google in this case relating to online advertising auction systems.
After graduating from Yale University, Ken was employed as an engineer and a manager at a software company that developed a distributed ISP management system for large-scale Internet service providers and telecommunications companies. Fluent in many programming languages, Ken has also developed modules and customizations for open-source content management systems, primarily related to e-commerce. While attending law school, Ken continued writing Web applications and also created an educational application available on popular mobile devices.