Cases of Interest
Rekluse Motor Sports, Inc. v. Drussel Wilfley Design, LLC
1:07-cv-02069 (United States Court for the District of Colorado)
1:10-cv-00537 (United States Court for the District of Idaho)
In 2008, Mr. Huntsman was approached by an old friend and engineering colleague, now a CEO of a high tech
business who had been sued for patent
infringement. Discovering that traditional patent litigation defense was far too expensive for a small company, the
two collaberated on a way to defend on the merits with the scarce resources available. The two former engineers
used their engineering problem solving skills and found a way to keep the client afloat long enough to reach a satisfactory conclusion.While
the exact nature of the resolution is confidential, the public records show that the case
was fully resolved three years later in 2011, and
Rekluse, the defendant in that case managed to survive the litigation and continues
to thrive as the undisputed market leader in its
field. See Rekluse Motor Sports .
Techradium v. Edulink
2:09-cv-00275 (United States Court for the Eastern District of Texas)
4:10-cv-01887 (United States Court for the Southern District of Texas)
In 2009, Edulink Systems, a small company producing industry leading state-of-the-art communication systems
enabling school personnel to communicate with parents and other members of the community in a very
user-friendly way was sued for patent infringemewnt. Edulink's
popular system predated the patents and Edulink could further demonstrate that asserted
patents were distinctly different from its popular system. The patent holder TechRadium nonetheless proceeded with the litigation. Much larger companies,
including Twitter, apparently reached a confidential settlement with the patent holder
TechRadium without awaiting a decision on the merits. Edulink was one of eleven defendants in a
one of many TechRadium patent lawsuits. Of those eleven defendants, Edulink, represented by Huntsman Law Group, was the only
defendant to hold steadfast for a decision on the merits. In 2011, with Edulink, "the last man standing", the Court
ruled that Edulink DID NOT infringement and
the plaintiff took nothing. Edulink continues to focus on its core business and is still thriving. See
(While Edulink continues to thrive today. It is noteworthy that the patent holder, TechRadium, filed for bankruptcy in 2012.)
Brandywine Communications Technologies, LLC v. DLS Computer Serv, et. al.
1:12-cv-10317 (United States Court for the Northern District of Illinois)
(11 other cases)
In early 2013, twelve DSL providers were sued in multiple states by Brandywine for providing DSL
services, which Brandywine maintained was covered by its patents. The twelve defendants jointly
retained Huntsman Law Group to represent them. While the terms of the settlement remain confidential,
all twelve cases were dismissed in August, 2013.
In addition to patent litigation cases, Mr.. Huntsman successfully litigated a number of other notable cases.
Mr. Huntsman initiated and served as lead Plaintiff in Huntsman v Soderbergh (the Cleanflicks case), a high profile multi-party Federal Court litigation case. Mr. Huntsman represented the interests of consumers and small businesses and was pictured and quoted in an article in People Magazine. The case was resolved in favor of Mr. Huntsman when the U.S. Congress stepped in and pass the Family Movie Act which allows movies to be edited on-the-fly without the consent of the movie industry.
Mr. Huntsman also successfully litigated a copyright infringement suit against a prominent recording artist.
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