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Corey Johanningmeier

Of Counsel
Practice Areas

Intellectual Property

Corey brings years of experience preparing and steering high technology intellectual property cases to resolution through summary judgment, favorable settlement, or trial. His practice often focuses on litigation and trial of patent cases, but has also included licensing contract disputes and antitrust. He has represented leading companies in a variety of industries including satellite television, consumer electronics, internet, and healthcare, and has defended and sometimes brought large scale patent suits.

Before embarking on his legal career, Corey worked as a chip designer and technical marketing engineer for several consumer electronics and optical networking companies in California and Massachusetts. He frequently finds opportunity to bring both his technical and business experience to bear on the substantive complexities and case management challenges of litigation.

Corey also maintains a pro bono practice in California state and federal courts, representing immigrants and indigent victims of fraud and circumstance. He has also tried three misdemeanor cases to jury verdict as a volunteer Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles.

Corey brings years of experience preparing and steering high technology intellectual property cases to resolution through summary judgment, favorable settlement, or trial. His practice often focuses on litigation and trial of patent cases, but has also included licensing contract disputes and antitrust. He has represented leading companies in a variety of industries including satellite television, consumer electronics, internet, and healthcare, and has defended and sometimes brought large scale patent suits.

Before embarking on his legal career, Corey worked as a chip designer and technical marketing engineer for several consumer electronics and optical networking companies in California and Massachusetts. He frequently finds opportunity to bring both his technical and business experience to bear on the substantive complexities and case management challenges of litigation.

Corey also maintains a pro bono practice in California state and federal courts, representing immigrants and indigent victims of fraud and circumstance. He has also tried three misdemeanor cases to jury verdict as a volunteer Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles.

Pure Storage Spanks EMC in Court

09/02/2016

A federal court in Delaware threw out a March 2016 verdict holding that Pure Storage must pay $14 million for violating an EMC software patent. Read more

Pure Storage Wins New Trial In $14M EMC Patent Win

09/02/2016

The ruling keeps alive Pure Storage’s challenge of the unfavorable verdict in which jurors decided EMC, the largest computer storage company in the world, was owed $14 million in royalties by its rival, a Mountain View, Calif.-based outfit that went public last year. Read more

Corey Johanningmeier on the Secret of Success

12/23/2015

Law360 asked associates to offer advice on how younger attorneys can balance practicing the law, while impressing their partners and clients. Read more

Keker & Van Nest Wins Jury Verdict for SanDisk In Patent Dispute With Round Rock

01/30/2015

A Delaware federal jury found that two patents held by patent holding company Round Rock Research LLC covering flash drives and memory cards were invalid, following an eight-day trial in a patent infringement case against SanDisk Corp. Read more

Bob Van Nest and Christa Anderson Lead Google to Victory in Patent Infringement Case

04/18/2013

Suffolk Technologies alleged the Google Adsense advertising placement technology infringed one of Suffolk’s patents. Read more

  • The 7 Virtues of the Design-Around,” Legaltech News, 2016
  • Presented as “IP Practitioner-in-Residence,” Center for Intellectual Property Research, IU Maurer School of Law, October 2016
  • Note published as “Law & Politics, The Case Against Judicial Review of Direct Democracy,” 82 Indiana Law Journal 1125