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Lightwave Logic Inc

Lightwave Logic Inc (LWLG)

4.10
0.01
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Closed April 19 4:00PM
4.10
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After Hours: 7:34PM

Calls

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6.000.080.050.080.0650.000.00 %0188-
7.000.050.700.050.3750.000.00 %021-
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2.000.000.700.000.000.000.00 %00-
3.000.040.050.040.0450.000.00 %0110-
4.000.050.100.060.075-0.11-64.71 %362194/18/2024
5.000.851.000.950.9250.000.00 %01-
6.001.202.000.001.600.000.00 %00-
7.002.853.000.002.9250.000.00 %00-
8.003.804.000.003.900.000.00 %00-

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LWLG Discussion

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Benjike Benjike 36 minutes ago
New job opening.on linkedin.
Proces equipment engineer.
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Benjike Benjike 50 minutes ago
New job opening.on linkedin.
Proces equipment engineer.
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prototype_101 prototype_101 4 hours ago
LWLG to the rescue of Intel/Ayar/GF!!! Today, silicon microring modulators are perceived as promising to implement such links; however, they provide limited bandwidth and need thermal stabilization systems.

Confirmation on what ole Proto been telling y'all here!!!

LWLG has NO COMPETITION!!!!
NOTHING EVEN CLOSE!!!!

White Paper - Hybrid Integration of Exotic Materials in CMOS Platform

This white paper marks the first direct evidence of a connection between GlobalFoundries, (Intel)Ayar Labs, and EO polymers.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=172390283

here, in case you missed it >>>

Intel/Ayar MRR fatal issues solved by LWLG Polymers, just read posts #133274_#133275_#133276 and understand the following about the position LWLG is currently in, here to summarize for you,

#133274 Intel/Ayar for many years now have focused on their Next-Gen Photonics solution using silicon based MRR's, but there is an inherent problem with this technology, temperature control, which cannot be solved, at least not economically, read this to better understand,
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=171251782

#122275 LWLG Polymers CAN solve the issues that Intel/Ayars cannot, therefore it is a strong probability that Intel/Ayar and LWLG are working together under NDA's currently, read this to better understand,
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=171251787

#133276 Intel in 2022 after a handful of years selling Photonics devices achieved RECORD unit volume of about 2 million units!! Here KCC points out that LWLG can achieve these same volumes, perhaps even more, with one small Foundry & one Customer!! read this to better understand,
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=171251790

Ok, now consider the following,

Lebby in Podcast 2/14/23 said "We work with Big Silicon Foundries"

https://telecomreseller.com/2023/02/14/lightwave-logic-technology-enables-the-existing-fiber-internet-infrastructure-to-perform-3-times-faster-than-current-speeds-podcast/

I don't hear any doubts in Lebby's mind that LWLG is going to become Ubiquitous!!!
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prototype_101 prototype_101 4 hours ago
LWLG Eliminates Power Hungry & Expensive Driver Chip!!!

Lebby quote came from the Wall Street Transcript Interview (TWST) with Dr. Lebby - August 17, 2023

TWST: So you’re looking at value pricing, where the part might be more expensive, but you’re providing more performance and using less power, and as a result it’s going to be less expensive.

Dr. Lebby: Also, you’re saving the customer architectural IC designs. You don’t need driver chips and they are really expensive, way more than what a device would cost. And so, you’re providing that advantage to network operators.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=172679450First

What Lebby told investors in that interview is that the cost of the device, ie the 4x200 PIC Modulator Array chip is LESS than the cost of the Driver(s) that it ELIMINATES!!! And folks, LWLG's technology is the ONLY Next-Gen technology that CAN ELIMINATE the Driver(s)!!!!

Also let's not forget that the Driver(s) is/are power hungry, I know when I asked Bard it responded that it accounted for 40% of the power usage on 8x100 800Gbs and perhaps that is/was high but regardless the Driver(s) is/are known as being a big power user in the Transceiver so if you can eliminate the Driver(s) you are saving a lot of power!!

So what's that worth to the Transceiver companies? you guessed it.... A WHOLE LOT!!!
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prototype_101 prototype_101 4 hours ago
LWLG beats ALL Next-Gen Competitors hands down!!! Let's compare,

Understanding Figure of Merit (FOM) the BEST place to be on the chart shown on Slide 47 is the TOP and RIGHT of the chart, and notice this is EXACTLY where LWLG is shown as compared to the competing Next-Gen challengers!!!

https://api.mziq.com/mzfilemanager/v2/d/23d26d3e-c498-431f-ba5c-2250e5f374cb/9bec8dfc-0108-5227-4f5b-d31f67ae623a?origin=2

LWLG tops ALL competition in FOM scores by far!!!!

Let's discuss the Competition >> from the ASM video starting at about 21:06 investors learn that amazingly there is no REAL competition to LWLG's technology for transmitting data!!! The first slide on competition shown is #25 and it has columns for each of the competitive products and then down the page a list of attributes along with the comparable Ratings for each of them, LWLG's Polymers are by far and away TONS THE BEST versus ALL the competitors!!

Let's review each of the attributes and see why LWLG's technology is SO SUPERIOR to any/all of them

1) SPEED >> LWLG is TONS THE BEST with speeds over 100GHz with HEADROOM to go MUCH FASTER!!!!! The rest of the competitors MAX OUT in the 30GHz - 70GHz range!!!

2) SIZE >> LWLG's slot modulator is the smallest, InP comes closest, but LNb, TFLN, and BTO are all MUCH BIGGER, in fact in another slide Lebby compares LWLG's slot modulator array to TFLN and in the space where 8 TFLN modulators sit, there could be 15 times as many LWLG slot modulators (120 modualtors!!)

3) POWER (Voltage) >> Only LWLG's technology is at sub 1 volt, SiP up to 5 volts, InP up to 7 volts, LNb up to 40 volts, TFLN up to 5 volts, BTO up to 3 volts

4) OPTICAL LOSS >> again LWLG slot is BEST with 3-8Db, SiP up to 20Db, InP up to 10Db, LNb up to 12Db, TFLN up to 15Db, BTO up to 12Db

5) ENERGY CONSUMPTION >> LWLG is BEST again with just 5pj/bit!!! SiP up to 20pj/bit, InP up to 40pj/bit, LNb up to 100pj/bit, TFLN up to 20pj/bit, BTO up to 20pj/bit

6) STABILITY >> again LWLG is the BEST, while SiP and InP are also very Stabile, the newcomers BTO and TFLN are NOT stabile enough for commercial acceptance!!

7) FOUNDRY COMPATABILITY >> Only LWLG and SiP use "Standard SiP PDK Fabrication", InP, LNb, TFLN and BTO are NOT able to use "Standard SiP PDK Fabrication" they all require their own Foundries

8) REQUIRES DRIVER (Expensive & Power Hungry!!!!) >> Only LWLG at sub 1 volt can ELIMINATE THE DRIVER!!!!! This is HUGE HUGE HUGE!!!!

Lebby also illustrates all of this at 25:18 marker with Slide #29 where the BEST technology would be found as HIGH UP and as FAR TO THE RIGHT as can be, notice ONLY one technology is placed there and it is of course LWLG in the light green shaded rectangle!!!



Folks, see it for yourselves starting at 21:06, LWLG is the hands down WINNER of the TRUE NEXT-GEN competition!!! NOTHING else is even close!!!!
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MrSmithLWLG MrSmithLWLG 5 hours ago
GP ALWAYS GETTING SMASHED
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Rkf302 Rkf302 6 hours ago
Proto, thanks for all the posts
Thanks for calling every bottom
Thanks for calling the top.
The long term supposed shareholder critics
Have been wrong since 2017.
Nrd, hatelwlg, chsmoke.
By the way i like the repetition of
The science. It is good to see facts
When there are so many paid shorts
And whiny supposed shareholders
Bloviating all day long
And of course we have the more recent paid critic bloviators
Keep posting the facts over and over.
LWLG is under valued and is about to succeed
Yugely!
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Lewrock Lewrock 6 hours ago
Excellent
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Lurker3 Lurker3 6 hours ago
You should also analyse how often he was on the winning side. That tells more than just the amount of times he was called as an expert witness
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KCCO7913 KCCO7913 7 hours ago
You’re off there.

My reliable industry source mentioned to me that Ayar’s valuation is multiple billions. Their revenue information isn’t public either and I doubt it’s that high. Also…another industry source of mine mentioned that Ayar’s tech suffered a setback in development last year because it was scorching other components in the system.

Lightmatter just raised money at a $1.2 billion valuation.

A couple years ago PsiQuantum raised money at nearly a $4 billion valuation.

CelestialAI just raised a bunch of money at an unknown valuation, but their last raise over a year ago the valuation was almost $400 million. Celestial also just came out and said they won’t be in volume production until 2027 at the earliest. And they still probably just hit ~$1 billion valuation.

I’m sure I’m missing a couple examples that would fit in here.

LWLG won’t be selling ‘exotic’ (ie expensive) larger systems like the above companies, but they stand to cast a wider net. LWLG’s tech doesn’t rock the boat either. It’s a standard type of device that is used in all sorts of applications.
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x993231 x993231 8 hours ago
We will see now, won't we? Best of luck to you.

X, thanks for your contributions to this science. AI needs this, period, and full stop. Some look in the rearview mirror, I do not.
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The Great Pumpkin The Great Pumpkin 8 hours ago
Ayer labs is valued around $500m. Do you honestly think this company with no products in the market is worth more? This company is highly overvalued.

Ayer labs has revenue over $25m and actual production of devices other companies want.

What does Vaporwave have? Nothing but a story of what they are going to do that never comes to fruition. It’s a bag of carrots and you’re the paycheck mule for insiders.

#scam
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prototype_101 prototype_101 9 hours ago
Here's the FACTS on LWLG trading, the VWAPS don't lie like the Shorts

Historical LWLG Price Data
______Period Open High Low VWAP Avg. Daily Vol Change %
1 Week__ 4.12 4.28 3.87 4.05 655,818 -0.02 -0.49%
1 Month 4.28 4.82 3.87 4.29 633,551 -0.18 -4.21%
3 Months 4.44 5.295 3.87 4.35 588,605 -0.34 -7.66%
6 Months 4.79 5.69 3.79 4.52 638,262 -0.69 -14.41%
1 Year__ 4.79 9.18 3.79 5.49 686,220 -0.69 -14.41%
3 Years 11.88 20.30 3.79 8.02 835,056 -7.78 -65.49%
5 Years 11.88 20.30 3.79 8.02 835,056 -7.78 -65.49%

I called the exact top and WARNED Longs at 20 and I called the bottom correctly as well at 4

If you look at the VWAPS LWLG is undervalued, and based on Developments and IP to-date TODAY the fair valuation should be $1-$2 Billion which is roughly $8 to $17 range

LWLG is one of the most UNDERVALUED stocks on Wall Street.

VALUATION & NEAR TERM PROSPECTS:

VALUATION:

LWLG has SUCCEEDED where the INDUSTRY has FAILED for over 40 years!!!! The technology is worth BILLION$$$

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=173919132&txt2find=40%20years

1. SCREENING

How many have valuations of $500m or more and have the HOLY GRAIL of PHOTONICS in-hand today

Answer: just one it's LWLG!!!


2. SHORT POSITION

For now, the company issued 1,453,332 new shares during the 4th quarter. Short interest increased by 89,799 shares bringing the total number of shares owned by investors to 140,503,131.

Institutions that report to Fintel, Nasdaq, and Whale Wisdom increased their ownership by 1,467,119 shares to 32.120,876. Individuals, which includes small institutional investors who are not required to report their ownership, increased their ownership by 76,012 shares to 108,383,018 shares.

In percentage terms, individuals own 92.91%, institutions own 26.17%, and short sellers have supplied 19.08% equaling 100%. In other words, there was very little change in ownership in the 4th quarter.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=173954156


3. THE EVIDENCE

1) There are deals under negotiation, and investors now know that these are BIG DEALS because of the additional requirements disclosed of the potential Customers wanted to be assured of
a) Financial strength for a LT relationship
b) ability to not have only a single source for the Perk supply, ie, perhaps another site will be opened by LWLG or perhaps some other arrangements will be made to accommodate these big players!!

2) Foundries Volume Scaling Achieved!! Lebby said "BIG MILESTONE!!"
how many times are Shorts going to keep trying to deceive Longs on this one!!!
here read this post >>
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=173959736

3) Reliability/Stability is PROVEN 100% already!! Lebby already stood up at OFC March 2023 and told hundreds of Industry insiders that LWLG's Reliability/Stability had been proven!! And at ECOC 2023 Lebby presented UNDENIABLE proof in his presentation!! And at OFC 2024 Lebby presented the proof of LWLG devices on 200mm large Foundry wafers!!! The data has been absolutely ASTOUNDING!!! here see for yourselves,
https://api.mziq.com/mzfilemanager/v2/d/307dbc8b-e212-48ba-9968-8cef3f6b5188/1bd96423-05f6-76f0-82d8-2a80d7a40691?origin=2

Of course, that doesn't mean the Google's and Amazon's don't want to see additional data, OR, are they just playing that card to gain BETTER PRICING?


NEAR TERM PROSPECTS:

HUGE HUGE HUGE!!!! Lebby is working on finalizing BIG DEALS with the BIGGEST COMPANIES IN THE WORLD!!!! here

with Cisco, Intel, Google, Ciena as LWLG Customers I wouldn't want to be stuck holding the Old Maid "Short" card when Lebby drops additional Licensing and Tech Transfer Agreements in 2024!!

there are 22 Million++ Shorts holding that Old Maid card currently!!

TWST: Do you see your ideal customers like Cisco or whoever makes these particular modulation devices? Are they the ones who are going to buy?

Dr. Lebby: Yes, they will — a lot of these larger companies. The Ciscos of this world as well as the Intels and the Cienas, these types of players, Googles and others. A lot of these folks are actually vertically integrated. So they actually do a lot of the things themselves. And some of the parts they send out to foundries or to contract manufacturers.

https://www.reddit.com/r/LWLG/comments/15twmqr/interview_with_dr_lebby_august_17_2023/

Folks, these are pretty bold statements by Lebby, and Lebby is one of the top Luminaries of the photonics Industry, personally I would NOT want to bet against him!!!
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LOVELWLG LOVELWLG 9 hours ago
Just like other posters on this board. They don't get everything right pro or con but he nailed this one. Proto hasn't been right on most of his prediction either.
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x993231 x993231 9 hours ago
Mmmm, Ok.

Thanks for your input.

Shorts will say whatever they can to present doubt. I'm just saying, Thanks for the discounted price

X no doubt it is imminent. Just saying. Oh the definition of imminent "about to happen"
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RebelDog RebelDog 10 hours ago
Hate to break the news to you, but shareholders don't get a vote on compensation.
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Think1st Think1st 10 hours ago
Thank you ..both
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frobinso frobinso 10 hours ago
Pull = Hyperscaler that works with a foundry to tell the foundry to produce send them DSP-less modulars at triple the speed and 1/3rd the power using LWLG EO Perkinamine Polymer's that is stable for an acceptable lifetime hours. Foundry says, OK.

Pull = Hyperscaler that is considering their own involvement in the design & production process working directly with LWLG. LWLG says, happy to work with you, and prior to us in production equipment we must come to a licensing and material supply agreement.

Feel free to add other scenarios, as I suspect I have not covered all the basis, but these are two scenarios I am anticipating over time.
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Reanimator Reanimator 10 hours ago
OFC has come and gone. PIC has come and gone.

The fact that these huge industry events have come and gone with not even a whisper of any deals tells you everything you need to know about LWLG’s progress towards commercialization.

LWLG is not on the brink of commercialization. It is not on the cusp of commercialization. It is not anywhere even close to commercialization. They are still a long, long way out from commercialization.

Obviously, this is quite a different tale than the one LWLG management has been telling shareholders for the past 3 years about “imminent mass commercialization” and “multiple deals” on the verge of closing.

The ASM is a month away. All shareholders should strongly consider voting no on any executive compensation packages, due to the inability of management to move the ball forward on commercialization. Management needs to be sent an unambiguous message that they’re out of time and out of excuses.
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x993231 x993231 10 hours ago
Push is knocking on the industry's doors, pull is the tier1's and such
reactions to push so now they knocking on theirs. What we dreamed of. Kind of like if you had a rare car to sell at first you advertise it, then stop and prioritize the weight and sincerely (Friendly's?) of the door knockers interest. They got it, IMO We are good.

Rolled a few hoping at 3:55 for 4.09 got $4.10. Average as always,I tried to buy a few this morning below 4 bucks, so I put in and order to buy, but as happens it popped back up to a no fill.

X
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zebra2142 zebra2142 10 hours ago
So what? He's predicted a load of stuff that never materialized. For instance, he's claimed that this company would go back to the OTCBB and has made stock price predictions that have never materialized.
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Think1st Think1st 11 hours ago
Please explain #7. By pull
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Nrdc92 Nrdc92 11 hours ago
Again, expert witnesses are hired guns who say what they’re paid to say. To think otherwise is naïve. As an expert witness, Lebby meets with the lawyers and maybe a couple of engineers. That’s it. His work as a hired gun does not in any way suggest he knows anyone of import at the clients who pay him. Posting this to suggest his expert witness gig in any way legitimizes Lebby or LWLG is beyond ridiculous.
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Think1st Think1st 11 hours ago
Awesome interview from 7 months
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LOVELWLG LOVELWLG 11 hours ago
You guys can beat up on Ted all you want but he stated right after last years ASM that no more deals will be signed this year and nothing will develop from the commercially accepted deal. Lebby has one more month to prove him wrong.
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Think1st Think1st 11 hours ago
For new investors & old timers.
Listen to this video ,or last 5 minutes

Very impressive

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prototype_101 prototype_101 11 hours ago
Lebby LD Micro was an incredible presentation using these Slides, here were my takeaways, the replay should be available soon

1) ETH Zurich has set independent 3rd party world record performance with LWLG Polymers running at 400Gbs per lane enabling 4 lane 1600gbs!!!

2) The Customer Funnel slide is updated and now showing greater than 20 Prospects and greater than 10 Leads, where in the ASM presentation it was only greater than 12 Prospects and 5 Leads, so about DOUBLED since the ASM!!!!

3) Lebby showed the 200mm wafers and talked again how LWLG is commercial ready for mass commercialization of 800gbs, remember Lebby has LWLG implementing at SEVERAL large Foundries!!

4) Lebby showed that Perk 6 is NOW ready for Licensing !!!

5) Lebby expects much more Licensing activity in 2024 forward

6) Lebby again pounded the table on the "ease of Integration" and how you simply drop the LWLG technology into those little pluggable boxes!!

7) Lebby also said that the PULL has become so great at this point instead of being "pulled along" it feels more like we are being "dragged along"!!

The April 2024 Investor Slides are up on the LWLG website, here

https://api.mziq.com/mzfilemanager/v2/d/307dbc8b-e212-48ba-9968-8cef3f6b5188/683426d1-5a08-bc3a-6df3-ce127bd5ef17?origin=2

Replays become available around a week after the event as the videos require editing in some cases and also the uploading process takes some time.

Once available, you will see the "replay" button next to the company name in the agenda at https://ldinv14.sequireevents.com/.

Thanks,
Sequire Team
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StevenDice StevenDice 12 hours ago
“You are truly delusional.”

Yes, this why I became spiritguide and brought tidings from the third realm of photonic enlightenment, where all delusions are not only real, but amplified.

I found it hard to outdo Proto, however. He channels the third realm like none other.
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x993231 x993231 12 hours ago
Truer words have never been written.

Nice Post.

X
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prototype_101 prototype_101 12 hours ago
Lebby provided SAM/SOM GOALS at ASM for 2024 to 2030

I built a detailed financial model using the SOM/SAM information for 800G and 1.6T pluggable transceivers and it shows a $5-10 billion market cap by 2028 using the "base case" SOM estimates.

It's not perfect, but probably the most precise model anyone has put together so far. A big unknown is the COGS and OPEX, but using 80-85% gross margin (like OLED) and knowing LWLG estimates around 50 employees at mass commercialization...it's probably close. My revenue estimates also center around the value of the modulators, and not necessarily revenue had in technology transfer agreements. I'm not sure how those agreements would be priced and if LWLG would offer a discount so to speak since someone else it spending the money in manufacturing.

This is all just for one application and there are endless applications for super small, fast and efficient modulators. Hell, I even found a white paper using a MZM-based sensors used as a "nose" for fermenting coffee and finding the most precise time to stop the fermenting process.

Now - IMO, the company will be bought out well before we ever hit $1 billion in revenue. That's fine with me. OLED hit $10-15B market cap with around $500 million in revenue.

-KCC

https://www.reddit.com/r/LWLG/comments/15f4un7/daily_trading_action_and_general_discussion/?
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zebra2142 zebra2142 12 hours ago
Cherry-picked non-events you have created and assumptions about the significance of non-events you have created don't amount to proof of anything in the real world, (outside of your mind, that is - which isn't the "real world").
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x993231 x993231 13 hours ago
Looks like you missed my post.

I get more excited about the partnerships that will be generated from a the couple thousand modulators produced, tested, and distributed this year (with whatever generation(s) of Perkinamine) than focusing on a single device being the end all be all dictator of value going forward. I think the killer apps here have yet to be understood/realized by the industry, and when that killer app is discovered, things will get real interesting. But then again, I'm a little more forward-looking than some who tend to focus on a single use and a single use only. I've said this before, but I think the killer app is the space that 1/30th the size makes available for other seemingly unrelated components with the power that is available but also freed up.

Think of the electric motor when it was invented only to power a printing press. Home appliances were not even a thought. Think of everything that it changed, the lastest being cars. It wasn't so much about selling motors but licensing out/partnering with all of the uses that increased the demand.

Pricing this now is like valuing aspirin while only considering its ability to help headaches, schwing.

X. Some focus on the tree I guess, I look at the woods. There is a portion of the stock market that is forward looking. And a portion is day trading, for me it is easier to look ahead than invest like a squirrel trying to cross the road, forward, backwards, sideways, forward, sideways etc. To each his own, whatever makes one happy and feel content. Oil and water though, daytraders do not look at potential, no thinking, more reactionary, easily influenced by emotion, it is more of a chase the shiny object thing.
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DanM51 DanM51 13 hours ago
Where's/Who's the LG?, or is there even an LG?, is what I've been asking myself for several years....
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tedpeele tedpeele 13 hours ago
Zebra, you asked for evidence that commercialism is not near:

You said it is 'idle speculation', as though I have no reason at all for saying such a thing is a viable explanation for what we all have seen happen, and that I am just saying it because I want to, but that's not it. Maybe the following will help you see my view better:

First, I'll turn it around and put forward the evidence longs have pointing to near term commercialism:

1. Dr Lebby's reputation and credibility. This is an argument for his word being trustworthy as authoritative and with having reasonable vision -ie a reasonable timeliness for success.

2. There is a strong and growing need for lower power, higher bandwidth solutions, and Lightwave's tech addresses both of those.

3. Dr Lebby's statements that indicate or suggest that their foundry work has successfully demonstrated low power, higher bandwidth and that it is scalable at high volume, and is reliable.

4. Dr Lebby's May 2023 prediction for their modulators being in 8000 transceivers by year end 2024.

5. External validation (see KCC's post) suggesting some in the industry are expecting and anticipating a day - maybe even in the next few years - where they will use polymers. A few even indicating they believe polymer modulators may be an inevitable solution.

6. Dr Lebby's own reassurances that a deal can come any day, and in fact is overdue if one takes the Dec 4, 2023 letter at face value.

7. To our knowledge - that is, Dr Lebby has never said they don't - they have everything some foundry or transceiver company would or should want in order for them (ie the foundry and/or transceiver co) to get a piece of the big pie: the technology, the ease of integration, the patents, the resources.

Did I miss anything?


Now here are the things I would EXPECT to already have happened if commercialism were right around the corner:

1. If the manufacturing process were qualified by the foundry, I would expect the announcement of a qualified PDK for the entire process so that the industry themselves can start ordering foundry runs for tests that they need to perform. IF such tests were happening I would expect this to be a strong marketing point - and therefore publicly announced. As I understand it, high volume capability must be proven to the satisfaction of a foundry before they include new tech into a PDK (Dr Lebby said so in the ASM 2021). The 10K is not silent. It says "we are currently working to have our fabrication processes accepted into foundry PDKs (process development kits).". Their 10k has announced various completed work. But it hasn't done that with PDKs, so it seems pretty clear to me that no foundry has yet qualified a PDK for potential customer testing. No foundry has deemed Lightwave technology to be commercially viable yet.

2. If the material is reliable and not a problem, I would expect Dr Lebby to say so in no uncertain terms. Yet just 6 weeks ago he said very clearly that there is something about reliability that is not convincing enough for a potential partner to sign a deal.

3. If the timeline of PDK finalization and of convincing reliability were known to Dr Lebby to be near term, I would expect him to say so very clearly in order to to keep shareholders excited.

4. An actual transceiver demo. That would demonstrate that the transceiver partner they have been working with in some fashion is excited to ramp up production as soon as possible.

5. I would expect Dr Lebby to want respected external validation to help boost the stock price, and to reach out to make it happen.

6. I would expect the stock to reflect positive anticipation in the form of volume and price. I would expect very large volume days along with spikes in price, from the word getting out. Maybe not Andy, but someone(s) with deep pockets would be buying.

None of the above have happened. This is my evidence - measurable and expected events that have not yet occurred.


Your evidence appears to come in the form of TRUST in the words and predictions of Dr Lebby.

Which of these sounds like real evidence?


I have two big issues re your 'evidence' - ie trusting Dr Lebby's timelines:

First, recognize that he has missed them badly 3 years running:

2021 ASM - clearly the message implied was to expect partnerships for "mass commercialization" by year end 2021.

2022 ASM - the implied message was "PDK to be complete by year end". Never did he say anything about "front end" vs "back end"

2023 ASM - the message was "we are now a commercial entity". Never did he say anything about 200mm wafers still not working.


Second, recognize that in each case he led shareholders to expect something that he KNEW was not going to happen. I repeat: in each case he led shareholders to expect something that he KNEW was not going to happen. I hate to falsely accuse Dr Lebby (or anybody) but how can anyone in good conscience disagree? The company may well figure the end justifies the means, but if the means includes leading shareholders on wouldn't you want to know?

Dr Lebby imo is keenly aware of shareholder expectations. He gets the emails. He meets with shareholders. He's a communicator. He gives presentations. He is an expert witness in trials. He knows how to communicate! The fact that he knows what shareholders want but STILL tells them things to keep excitement going while knowing they might lose excitement if he told them the whole truth should be a HUGE part of the assessment one has of his credibility at this point in time.

And since there are all kinds of things he COULD be telling both the industry and us shareholders about like reliability, scalability, yields, customer trials, foundry involvement, etc.., without revealing a single name or violating NDA agreements, but he isn't, that further suggests there are plenty of obstacles that remain.


In my passion I've done a few things I regret and I apologize for the overstepping. And for the times I came across in a condescending way. Yes, I've wanted a lower price but I thought it was deserved and I've always been true to what I think about the company. I used to kind of get my hopes up but I've become jaded from what looks to me to just be an ongoing pattern of obfuscation and really shameless leading on of shareholders. While others are taking a few mildly encouraging things as some kind of amazing confirmation of their grand view of the big picture, the more I've learned the more it has confirmed for me that the company intentionally hides reality from shareholders, that their time is running out, and that a trainwreck may be fast approaching. But I can't look away after all this time. Eyes open.

Good luck.
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frobinso frobinso 13 hours ago
Let's just say for giggles & grins that the deal is with Polariton. They have fabulous spec sheets on their website, and also direct customer outreach, and estimated tape-out time periods. We have official communication that we have supplied materials to whoever the customer is.

Based upon recent feedback confirmed in papers (not Polariton), if there is an essential need for in-device testing prior to production, these devices could well be at the customer, and could possibly consumate a delivery & sale. Even if it is a low quantity or threshold in the first year, I would expect at some point during 2024 we might ink some nominal revenue over & above the initial $50k. I feel the odds of LWLG reporting very nominal revenue versus kicking the can are pretty fair. Not sure if I care either way, as I am in this for the foundry deal. But I would also love to see a company like Polariton succeed in an offering and to have them become the new FFIV, as we become the next OLED.
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MrSmithLWLG MrSmithLWLG 13 hours ago
SAME CAST OF CLOWNS EVERY DAY, NO POINT
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DanM51 DanM51 13 hours ago
Seriously, there was a minimum number of units that had to be produced annually in that first deal. Sooooo, is there gonna be some kind of b.s. clause, that we don't know, saying those minimums begin in 2025? 8000 TRANSCEIVERS for 2024 was the projection, correct?
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WooptdooU WooptdooU 13 hours ago
X, ready for your lap dance with lil lebby this year?
Please make all the shareholders proud.
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WooptdooU WooptdooU 13 hours ago
Dr Dr has an MG degree...(MIGUIDING GRIFTER).

Ask se of the new hires if they think lebby and family's action on the stock were good....why don't you?
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WooptdooU WooptdooU 13 hours ago
Lebby is a MISGUIDING GRIFTER. eom
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WooptdooU WooptdooU 13 hours ago
Expert witnesses VERY TYPICALLY need money AND have the time.
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DanM51 DanM51 14 hours ago
What's the over/under on revenue created from that first commercial deal on the next quarterly report? You know the one signed a year ago that they claim proves market acceptance. I'm going with Zero revenue.....because you can't get a royalty when nothing is sold, maybe not even produced yet. 2024, the year of market acceptance and ramp. Waiting, but not much longer.
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DanM51 DanM51 14 hours ago
Do you actual believe, like Proto, that anyone is gonna read your copy and pastes? About Lebby's past courtroom testimony side-hustle? Everybody knows Lebby knows the tech. Turn all he knows and all his contacts into lwlg business....or go back to the lab.

P.S. That your whole wannabe Zenmaster shtick doesn't really work....maybe on the Belgians.
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Polymer Paul Polymer Paul 14 hours ago
Looking strong in the overall market this week on abysmally low volume. Expect this form for the run upto ASM with some carrot dangling tidbits... Typical LPC and lightwave annual textbook play to raise funds for another year Wen it sinks too $2 .. then gloat about how they have cash in hand till 2026! True grifters. .. expect patents.. demos... Records ... Benzinga ... Presentations. Nothing of substance to support the stock price. It's years away
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x993231 x993231 14 hours ago
Oh you want the details, sure here they are.

Over his life look at Lebby's EXPERT WITNESS EXPERIENCE

Understand that Lebby needed to understand the technology and businesses that he spoke for. A mind once stretched does not return to its original dimension.

Look at these players, he knows them all.

Summary:
Depositions (total-to-date) >50
Trial/Hearing/Court appearances >20 (with IPR/PTAB ‘paper trial’, this total increases to >25)
Cited patent litigation case history: In essence, the following case history means that the expert doesn’t
have to disclose every minute detail in his expert report. He is allowed to disclose theories in the report
and expand on them in his witness statement.
See also In The Matter Of Certain Light-Emitting Diode Products, Systems, And Components Thereof,
Inv. No. 337-TA-1168, Order No. 34, 2020 WL 1026335 (Feb. 14, 2020) (denying motion in limine to
preclude testimony where: “[t]he invalidity theories at issue were previously disclosed at least in Dr.
Lebby’s expert report, and LSG had the opportunity to test these theories at Dr. Lebby’s deposition.”)
See case # 81 below

Patent litigation cases engaged:

1. Active case work: 1Q2009 (March 24th 2009); Testimony: US-China Economic and security review commission
on the optoelectronics industry. US Congress, Capitol Hill; Written statement on the status of the USA
optoelectronics industry with aural cross-examination by the commission. Trial experience.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 0)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 1)
c. Technology: Optoelectronics (optical storage, fiber optic communications, sensors, high power lasers,
LED lighting, LED luminaires etc.).

2. Active case work: 3Q2010-1Q2011; Finisar Corp. v. Optical Communication Products Inc., No. 10-CV-05617
and No. 11-cv-00104 (retained by plaintiff - Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 0)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 1)
c. Technology: semiconductor lasers/VCSELs, fiber optic transceiver modules

3. Active case work: 1Q2011; Ziptronix, Inc. v. OmniVision Technologies, Inc., Taiwan Semiconductor
Manufacturing Company Ltd., and TSMC North America Corp., No. 11-CV-5235 (retained by plaintiff – Alston
Bird LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 0)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 1)
c. Technology: CMOS image sensors; design and fabrication

4. Active case work: 3Q2011 to 3Q2012; Certain Light-Emitting Diodes and Products Containing Same, Inv. No.
337-TA-798 (USITC filed July 15, 2011) (retained by respondent Samsung – Covington & Burling LLP).
Deposition (x2) and trial experience.
a. Deposition: 3 (Cumulative total: 3)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 2)
c. Technology: LEDs, device design, color gamut, packaging, optical lensing, lead frames, surface
mount packaging.

5. Active case work: 3Q2011 to 2Q2015; Cheetah Omni, LLC v. Alcatel-Lucent USA Inc., No. 11-CV-390 (E.D.
Tex. filed July 29, 2011) (retained by plaintiff – Brooks Kushman). Deposition experience (x2).
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 4)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 2)
c. Technology: Fiber optic networks, optical switches, ROADMs and optical filters (dielectric based).

6. Active case work: 4Q2012 to 3Q2014; Finisar Corp. v. Cheetah Omni, LLC, No. 11-CV-15625 (E.D. Mich.
filed Dec. 23, 2011) (retained by defendant – Brooks Kushman). Deposition experience (x1).
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 5)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 2)
c. Technology: Wavelength optical switches, optical filters, and optical components, liquid crystal
technology.

7. Active case work: 4Q2012 to 3Q2013; Certain Optoelectronic Devices for Fiber Optic Communications,
Components Thereof, and Prods. Containing the Same, Inv. No. 337-TA-860 (USITC filed Sept. 24, 2012)
(retained by respondent – Mellanox, IPtronics and FCI Inc and counsel Alston & Bird LLP). Deposition (x2)
and trial experience.
a. Deposition: 2 (Cumulative total: 7)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 3)
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c. Technology: IC design, layout, and operation; especially laser driver chips for VCSELs. High speed
laboratory testing.

8. Active case work: 3Q2014 to 2Q2015; Microscan Sys., Inc. v. Cognex Corp., No. 14-CV-6952 (S.D.N.Y. filed
Aug. 27, 2014) (retained by plaintiff – Morrison & Foerster LLP). Deposition (x1) and trail experience.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 8)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 4)
c. Technology: Bar code scanners and associated optics such as imagers, lasers, LEDs, molded optics.
Laboratory testing.

9. Active case work: 2Q2014 to 1Q2016; Avago Techs. Fiber IP (Singapore) PTE Ltd. v. IPtronics Inc., No. 10-
CV-2863 (N.D. Cal. filed June 29, 2010) (retained by respondent – Alston & Bird LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
c. Technology: IC design, layout, and operation; especially laser driver chips for VCSELs. High speed
laboratory testing.

10. Active case work: 1Q2015 to 3Q2015; Regarding certain optical disc drives, Inv. No. 337-TA-897 (USITC filed
Oct. 21, 2013) (retained by respondent – O’Melveny & Myers LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
c. Technology: CD, CVD, BluRay optical disk drives, optical components, laser diodes, and optical
beam patterns. Laboratory testing of visible optics.

11. Active case work: 1Q2015 to 2Q2015; BMW of N. Am., LLC v. Innovative Display Techs., LLC, No. IPR2015-
00933, IPR2015-00934 (P.T.A.B. filed Mar. 24, 2015) (retained by plaintiff – Crowell Moring LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
c. Technology: LED backlights for vehicles; LED package and optical module/LED luminaire design.

12. Active case work: 1Q2015 to 2Q2015; BMW of N. Am., LLC v. Innovative Display Techs., LLC, No. IPR2015-
00934 (P.T.A.B. filed Mar. 24, 2015) (retained by plaintiff – Crowell Moring LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
c. Technology: LED backlights for vehicles; LED package and optical module/luminaire design.

13. Active case work: 1Q2015 to 3Q2016; OneChip Photonics Inc., Pre-litigation IP Case No. TBD; (retained by
plaintiff – Patent Monetization Inc. (PMI)).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
c. Technology: Photonic Integrated Circuits using InP (Indium Phosphide); lasers, detectors,
waveguides, mux/demux, spot size converters.

14. Active case work: 2Q2016; IDT v. Hyundai Motor Co., No. 14-CV-201 (E.D. Tex. filed May 4, 2015) (retained
by defendant – DLA Piper LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
c. Technology: LED devices, packages and modules/luminaires for vehicles.

15. Active case work: 1Q2015 to 3Q2015; Cree Inc., v. Honeywell Int’l Inc., No. 3:14-CV-737 (W.D. Wisc. filed
Oct. 28, 2014) (retained by defendant - Arnold & Porter LLP). Deposition experience (x1).
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 9)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
c. Technology: LEDs for mobile phones; LED epitaxial layers, device designs, optical lensing,
packaging. Laboratory reverse engineering using TEM/SEM/EDAX etc.

16. Active case work: 2Q2015 to 4Q2015; Trs. of Boston Univ. v. Everlight Elecs. Co., Nos. 12-CV-11935, 12-CV12326, 12-CV-12330 (D. Mass. filed Oct. 17, 2012) (retained by plaintiff - Shore Chan DePumpo LLP).
Deposition (x1) and trial experience.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 10)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. Technology: GaN buffer layers for LEDs, and associated technical marketing, sales and import
process into USA.

17. Active case work: 3Q2015 to 3Q2016; LG Elecs. Inc. v. Toshiba Samsung Storage Tech. Corp., No. 12-CV1063 (D. Del. filed Aug. 22, 2012) and IPR2015-01659 (PTAB filed Jul. 31st 2015 (retained by plaintiff – DLA
Piper & Nixon Law). IPR deposition (i.e. trial) experience (x1).
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 11)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 1)
d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

18. Active case work: 3Q2015 to 3Q2016; LG Elecs. Inc. v. Toshiba Samsung Storage Tech. Corp., No. 12-CV1063 (D. Del. filed Aug. 22, 2012) and IPR2015-01642 (PTAB filed Jul. 30th 2015) (retained by plaintiff –
DLA Piper & Nixon Law).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 11)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 1)
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d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

19. Active case work: 3Q2015 to 3Q2016; LG Elecs. Inc. v. Toshiba Samsung Storage Tech Corp., IPR2016-01677
(PTAB filed Aug. 24th 2016 (retained by plaintiff – DLA Piper & Nixon Law).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 11)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 1)
d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

20. Active case work: 3Q2015 to 3Q2016; LG Elecs. Inc. v. Toshiba Samsung Storage Tech. Corp., IPR2015-01678
(PTAB filed Aug. 24th 2016) (retained by plaintiff – DLA Piper & Nixon Law).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 11)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 1)
d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

21. Active case work: 3Q2015 to 3Q2016; LG Elecs. Inc. v. Toshiba Samsung Storage Tech. Corp., IPR2015-01644
(PTAB filed Jul. 30th 2015) (retained by plaintiff – DLA Piper & Nixon Law).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 11)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 1)
d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

22. Active case work: 3Q2015 to 3Q2016; LG Elecs. Inc. v. Toshiba Samsung Storage Tech. Corp., IPR2015-01653
(PTAB filed Jul. 31st 2015) (retained by plaintiff – DLA Piper & Nixon Law).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 11)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 1)
d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

23. Active case work: 3Q2015; Heptagon Pre-litigation IPR petition; (retained by plaintiff – Proskaurer Rose LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 11)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 1)
d. Technology: Proximity sensors using LEDs, photodetectors and innovative semiconductor packaging.

24. Active case work: 1Q2016 to 2Q2017; Dentsply v. Am. Orthodontics Inc., No. 15-CV-1706 (D. Pa. filed Sept.
1, 2015) and IPR2016-01652 (PTAB filed Aug. 19th 2016) (retained by defendant – Godfrey Kahn LLP). IPR
deposition (x1) experience.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 12)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 2)
d. Technology: High power lasers (YAG, CO2) to engrave and scribe dental orthodontic brackets.

25. Active case work: 2Q2016 to 2Q2017; Koninklijke Philips N.V. v. Elect-tech Int’l (H.K.), No. 14-CV-2737 (N.D.
Cal. filed Aug. 12, 2015) (retained by plaintiff – Reed Smith LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 12)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 2)
d. Technology: Trade secret MOCVD epitaxial growth techniques for high power GaN/InGaN LED
technology, luminaires, modules and packaging.

26. Active case work: 2Q2016 to 4Q2016; Bluestone Innovations llc. v. E. Mishan & Co. Inc., Pre-litigation IP Case
No. TBD; (retained by defendant - Notaro, Michalos, & Zaccaria P.C.).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 12)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 2)
d. Technology: GaN/InGaN LEDs on structured substrates with reverse engineering laboratory analysis.

27. Active case work: 3Q2016-1Q2017; 511 Innovations Inc. v. HTC Am., Inc., No. 15-CV-1524 (E.D. Tex. Filed
June 30, 2016) (retained by plaintiff – The Davis Firm). Deposition (x2)
a. Deposition: 2 (Cumulative total: 14)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 2)
d. Technology: Proximity sensors for mobile phones.

28. Active case work: 3Q2016-4Q2016; Mellanox Techs. Ltd. v. Methode Elecs. Inc., No. 15-CV-3730 (N.D. Cal.
filed Aug. 16, 2015) (retained by plaintiff – Alston & Bird).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 2)
d. Technology: Fiber optic transceiver modules.

29. Active case work: 4Q2016-1Q2017; Novanta Inc., v Iradion Inc., No. 15-CV-01033 (D. Del. filed Nov. 9, 2015)
(retained by defendant – Barnes and Thornburg LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 2)
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d. Technology: High power gas laser design and operation.

30. Active case work: 1Q2017-1Q2017; Optolum Inc., v Cree Inc., No. 16-CV-03828; (D. Az. filed Nov. 3, 2016)
(retained by defendant – Jones Day).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 2)
d. Technology: LED packaging for illumination. LED luminaires.

31. Active case work: 1Q2017-4Q2017; Polygroup Macau Ltd (BVI)., v Willlis Electric Co., Ltd., 15-CV-00552
(W.D. NC. Filed: Apr 21st 2016), (retained by plaintiff - Troutman Sanders LLP). Deposition experience (x2)
a. Deposition: 2 (Cumulative total: 16)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

32. Active case work: 1Q2017-4Q2017; Polygroup Macau Ltd (BVI)., v Willlis Electric Co., Ltd., IPR2017-00309
(PTAB filed Nov. 21st 2017), (retained by plaintiff - Troutman Sanders LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 16)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

33. Active case work: 1Q2017-4Q2017; Polygroup Macau Ltd (BVI)., v Willlis Electric Co., Ltd., IPR2017-00330
(PTAB filed Nov. 24th 2017), (retained by plaintiff - Troutman Sanders LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 16)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

34. Active case work: 1Q2017-4Q2017; Polygroup Macau Ltd (BVI)., v Willlis Electric Co., Ltd., IPR2017-00331
(PTAB filed Nov. 24th 2017), (retained by plaintiff - Troutman Sanders LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 16)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

35. Active case work: 1Q2017-4Q2017; Polygroup Macau Ltd (BVI)., v Willlis Electric Co., Ltd., IPR2017-00332
(PTAB filed Nov. 25th 2017), (retained by plaintiff - Troutman Sanders LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 16)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

36. Active case work: 1Q2017-4Q2017; Polygroup Macau Ltd (BVI)., v Willlis Electric Co., Ltd., IPR2017-00334
(PTAB filed Nov. 25th 2017), (retained by plaintiff - Troutman Sanders LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 16)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

37. Active case work: 1Q2017-4Q2017; Polygroup Macau Ltd (BVI)., v Willlis Electric Co., Ltd., IPR2017-00335
(PTAB filed Nov. 25th 2017), (retained by plaintiff - Troutman Sanders LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 16)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

38. Active case work: 1Q2017-4Q2017; Macom Technology Solutions Holdings Inc., and Nitronex, LLC., v. Infineon
Technologies AG and Infineon Technologies North American Corp., 16-CV-02859 (C.D. Ca. filed Apr 26, 2016)
(retained by plaintiff – Baker Botts LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 16)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: High performance GaN based RF FET device design and operation.

39. Active case work: 1Q2017-1Q2017; Quanergy Systems, Inc. v. Velodyne LiDAR, Inc. (16-cv-05251; N.D. Ca.
filed: Sep 13th 2016 (retained by plaintiff Velodyne) - Latham & Watkins LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 16)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Laser/photodetector based LIDAR design and operation for self-driving vehicles.

40. Active case work: 1Q2017-2Q2017; The Chamberlain Group Inc., v. Techtronic Industries Co., Ltd, Techtronic
Industries North America et al., Challenge to U.S Patent No. 7,862,209 (retained by plaintiff – The Chamberlain
Group) – Morgan, Lewis & Brockius, LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 16)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
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c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: LED based luminaire design for lighting.

41. Active case work: 1Q2017-1Q2018; Uber Technologies Inc., Ottomottto LLC., Otto Trucking LLC., v. Waymo
LLC (Google), 17-CV-00939 (N.D. Ca filed: Mar 10th, 2017), (retained by defendant Uber Technologies Inc.) –
Morrison and Foerster LLP. Deposition experience (x3) and trial experience (case settled at trial).
a. Deposition: 3 (Cumulative total: 19)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Optical and electrical device, optics, and package designs for LIDAR based self-driving
vehicles.

42. Active case work: 2Q2017-2Q2017; Heptagon v. ST Mircoelectronics IPR petition; (retained by plaintiff
Heptagon) – Proskaurer Rose LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Optoelectronic based proximity sensors using LEDs and photodetectors.

43. Active case work: 2Q2017-2Q2018; AT&T Inc., v. Sycamore Holdings LLC., 16-CV-00588 (E. D. Tx filed: Jun
6
th 2016); (retained by defendant AT&T Inc.) - Kirkland and Ellis LLP. Deposition experience (x1)
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 20)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Coding designs of optical digital signals for high performance optical networks.

44. Active case work: 2Q2017 – 4Q2017; Clearfield Inc., v. CommScope, ADC, Tyco, and TE Connectivity, 17-CV00307 (D.C. Minn. filed Jan 31st 2017); (retained by defendant Clearfield, Inc.) – Pepper Hamilton LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 20)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using optoelectronic
components.

45. Active case work: 2Q2017 – 4Q2017; Clearfield Inc., v. CommScope, ADC, Tyco, and TE Connectivity, IPR2017-
02122 (PTAB filed Sep. 15th 2017); (retained by defendant Clearfield, Inc.) – Pepper Hamilton LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 20)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using optoelectronic
components.

46. Active case work: 2Q2017 – 4Q2017; Clearfield Inc., v. CommScope, ADC, Tyco, and TE Connectivity, IPR2018-
00003 (PTAB filed Oct. 6th 2017); (retained by defendant Clearfield, Inc.) – Pepper Hamilton LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 20)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using optoelectronic
components.

47. Active case work: 2Q2017 – 4Q2017; Clearfield Inc., v. CommScope, ADC, Tyco, and TE Connectivity, IPR2018-
00154 (PTAB filed Nov. 7th 2017); (retained by defendant Clearfield, Inc.) – Pepper Hamilton LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 20)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using optoelectronic
components.

48. Active case work: 4Q2016-2Q2017; Antunes Inc., Pre-litigation IP patent review; Case No. TBD; (retained by
plaintiff – Antunes Inc. and Chapman Spingola LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 20)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: High power grating surface emitter laser diodes, and associated packaging and device
design for laser-based cooking ovens.

49. Active case work: 1Q2017-2Q2017; Core Optical Technologies LLC. v. Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc.,
16-CV-00437 (C. D. Ca filed: Mar 7th 2016); (retained by defendant Fujitsu Network Communications) –
Morrison & Foerster LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 20)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Fiber optic based optical communications for coherent technologies

50. Active case work: 3Q2017-4Q2018; Oyster Optics LLC v. Coriant America, et al, 16-CV-01302 (E. D. Tx filed:
Nov 24th 2016); (retained by plaintiff Oyster Optics LLC) – Russ August & Kabat LLP.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 21)
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b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Fiber optic based optoelectronic semiconductor component design and operation.

51. Active case work: 3Q2017-4Q2018; Oyster Optics LLC v. Infinera, Alcatel-Lucent, Fujitsu, Cisco Systems,
Huawei, 16-CV-01295, 16-CV-01297, 16-CV-01299, 16-CV-01301, 16-CV-01303 (E. D. Tx filed: Nov 24th
2016); (retained by plaintiff Oyster Optics LLC) – Russ August & Kabat LLP. Deposition experience (x1).
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 22)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Fiber optic based optoelectronic semiconductor component design and operation.
Including both direct detect and coherent communications, and encoding techniques such as PSK,
QPSK, AM, FM etc.

52. Active case work: 3Q2017-4Q2017; Olympus, Pre-litigation IP and Due Diligence; Case No. TBD; (retained by
plaintiff – Olympus and Fish & Richardson P.C.)
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 22)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: High volume, low cost optical lens and optics technology.

53. Active case work: 3Q2017-1Q2018; Honeywell International, Inc et al v. Code Corporation et al., ITC No 337-
TA-1061 (filed Jun 28th 2017), “Certain barcode readers, scan engines, products containing the same, and
components thereof,” (retained by respondent – Honeywell and Alston and Bird LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 23)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Bar-code scanners and associated optical/optoelectronic component performance and
operation.

54. Active case work: 4Q2017-1Q2019; Godo Kaisha IP Bridge 1 v. Intel Corp., 17-CV-00676 (filed Sep 29th 2017),
(retained by plaintiff – Godo Kaisha IP Bridge 1) - Ropes and Gray, LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 23)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Fabrication, design, and reverse engineering of silicon-based FET ICs.

55. Active case work: 4Q2017-3Q2018; Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. and Volterra Semiconductor LLC., v.
Silicon Mitus Inc., and Silicon Mitus Technology Inc., 17-CV-03507 (N. D. Ca: filed Jun 16th 2017), (retained by
defendant Silicon Mitus) – Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLP. (Deposition and trial experience X1)
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 24)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 7)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Fabrication, design, characterization, and packaging of silicon-based FET ICs for power
applications

56. Active case work: 2Q2018-3Q2018; Cree, Inc., v. Document Security Systems Inc., 17-CV-4263 (C.D. Ca filed:
Apr 17th 2017), (retained by defendant Cree Inc.) - Jones Day, LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 24)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 7)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Design and packaging of high brightness GaN based LEDs for luminaires.

57. Active case work: 2Q2018-2Q2018; Weisen v., Ram Telecom International (RTI)., CGC-16-554331 (Sup Ca:
filed 3rd May 2017) (retained by plaintiff Weisen, J) - Yetter Coleman, LLP. Deposition experience (x1) and trial
experience (x1).
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 25)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Submarine and subsea fiber optic cables: technology, markets, economic impact, and
history.

58. Active case work: 2Q2018-3Q2018; Seoul Semiconductor., v. Document Security Systems Inc., 17-CV-00981
(C.D. Ca filed: Apr 17th 2017), (retained by defendant Seoul Semiconductor) - Latham and Watkins LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: Design and packaging of high brightness GaN based LEDs for luminaires.

59. Active case work: 3Q2018-4Q2018; NEC Display Solutions Inc., and NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc.,
v. Ultravision., ITC Case# 337-TA-1114 (filed 24th May 2018), “Certain Modular LED Display Panels and
Components Thereof,” (retained by respondent Jones Day, LLP)
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
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d. Technology: Large LED Panels, LED displays, LED modular panel design, LED thermal engineering
and color displays for outdoor environments.

60. Active case work: 3Q2018-3Q2018; IFT (Innovative Foundry Technologies) (pre-lit), retained by plaintiff Mintz
Levin, Cohen, Ferris, Glovsky, and Popeo PC.)
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 3)
d. Technology: CMOS device (inc FinFETs) and IC fabrication techniques at 40, 28, 20, 16nm nodes.

61. Active case work: 4Q2018-2Q2019; Eidolon Optical LLC., v. Haag-Streit AG., IPR2018-01311, (retained by
patent owner Eidolon Optical LLC) - McInnes & McLane LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: High brightness InGaAlP, GaP, AlGaAs, and GaN/InGaN based LEDs for use in medical
instruments

62. Active case work: 3Q2018-3Q2018; Voxtel Inc., v. Joseph Lachapelle & Luminar Technologies Inc., 18-CV27356 (D. Or. filed: Dec 18th 2017), (retained by plaintiff Voxtel Inc.) - Ater Wynne LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: LIDAR optical and electronic component and system technology

63. Active case work: 3Q2018-1Q2019; Alta Devices, v. LG Electronics Inc., 18-CV-00404 (N.D. Ca. filed: May 7th
2018), (retained by defendant LG Electronics Inc.) - Hogan Lovells LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Trade Secret GaAs based solar cell design, fabrication, manufacturing, and device
performance

64. Active case work: 3Q2018-3Q18; Opterna AM Inc., v. Commscope Technologies Inc., Pre-litigation preparation,
(retained by defendant Opterna AM Inc.) - Sterne Kessler LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using optoelectronic
components.

65. Active case work: 4Q2018 – 1Q2019; U.D. Electronic Corp., v. Pulse Electronics, Inc., Preparation for IPR filing:
IPR2019-00508 (PTAB filed Dec 26th 2018); and support for 18-CV-00373 (S.D. Ca. filed: Feb 16th 2018)
(retained by petitioner U. D. Electronic Corp.) – Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves and Savitch LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components.

66. Active case work: 4Q2018 – 1Q2019; U.D. Electronic Corp., v. Pulse Electronics, Inc., Preparation for IPR filing:
IPR2019-00515 (PTAB filed Dec 31st 2018); and support for 18-CV-00373 (S.D. Ca. filed: Feb 16th 2018)
(retained by petitioner U. D. Electronic Corp.) – Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves and Savitch LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components.

67. Active case work: 4Q2018 – 1Q2019; U.D. Electronic Corp., v. Pulse Electronics, Inc., Preparation for IPR filing:
IPR2019-00262 (PTAB filed Nov 9th 2018); and support for 18-CV-00373 (S.D. Ca. filed: Feb 16th 2018)
(retained by petitioner U. D. Electronic Corp.) – Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves and Savitch LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components.

68. Active case work: 4Q2018 – 1Q2019; U.D. Electronic Corp., v. Pulse Electronics, Inc., Preparation for IPR filing:
IPR2019-00511 (PTAB filed Dec 28th 2018); and support for 18-CV-00373 (S.D. Ca. filed: Feb 16th 2018)
(retained by petitioner U. D. Electronic Corp.) – Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves and Savitch LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components.
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69. Active case work: 4Q2018 – 1Q2019; Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co. Ltd., v. Bluehouse Global Ltd.,
Preparation for IPR filing: IPR2018-01405 (PTAB filed Jul 18th 2018); (retained by patent owner SEL Co Ltd.)
– Robinson Intellectual Law Office, P.C. (Counsel represented by Fish and Richardson LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Semiconductor displays using active matrix LCD and thin film transistor technology.
Design, fabrication, and circuit layout.

70. Active case work: 4Q2018 – 1Q2019; Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co. Ltd., v. Bluehouse Global Ltd.,
Preparation for IPR filing: IPR2018-01393 (PTAB filed Jul 13th 2018); (retained by patent owner SEL Co Ltd.)
– Robinson Intellectual Law Office, P.C. (Counsel represented by Fish and Richardson LLP)
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 8)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Semiconductor displays using active matrix LCD and thin film transistor technology.
Design and fabrication technology.

71. Active case work: 4Q2018 - 1Q2019; The Sloan Company dba SloanLED, v. Principle Lighting Group, LLC.,
18-CV-06449 (C.D. Ca. filed: Jul 26th 2018), (retained by defendant Sloan LED.) - Ferguson Case Orr Paterson
LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 9)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: LED lighting, LED luminaires, LED performance, electrical and mechanical design and
construction.

72. Active case work: 1Q2019 - 1Q2019; HTC Corporation, v. Lemire Illumination Technologies., 18-CV-00021
(E.D. Tx. filed: Jan 21st 2018), (retained by defendant HTC Corporation) - Perkins Coie LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 9)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: LEDs for mobile phones

73. Active case work: 1Q2019 - 2Q2019; Frys Electronics, v. Seoul Semiconductor Co, and Seoul Viosys Co.,, 2:18-
CV-00386-JRG (E. D. Tx. filed: Nov 20th 2018), (retained by defendant Frys Electronics) - Lamkin IP Defense
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 26),
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 9)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging, LED lenses, LED luminaires, backlights, displays, and
televisions/monitors

74. Active case work: 2Q2019 – 4Q2019; Hanwha Q CELLS & Advance Materials Corporation, v. JinkoSolar,
LONGi Solar, REC Solar, ITC 337-TA-1151 (filed: Apr 4th 2019), (“Certain Photovoltaic Cells and Products
Containing Same,”), retained by patent owner and plaintiff Hanwha Q CELLS) - Covington and Burling LLP
a. Deposition: 2 (Cumulative total: 28)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 9)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)

75. Active case work: 2Q2019-3Q2019; Hanwha Q CELLS & Advance Materials Corporation, v. JinkoSolar and
affiliates, 19-CV-00450 (D. Del. filed: Jan 21st 2018), (retained by patent owner and plaintiff Hanwha Q CELLS)
- Covington and Burling LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 28)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 9)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Silicon solar cells and materials analysis of passivation layers

76. Active case work: 2Q2019-2Q2019; Oyster Optics LLC v. Infinera Inc, 2:18-CV-00206 (E. D. Tx filed: May 15th
2018); (retained by plaintiff Oyster Optics LLC) – Russ August & Kabat LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 28)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 9)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Fiber optic based optoelectronic semiconductor component and transceiver design/
operation.

77. Active case work: 2Q2019 – 2Q2019; Nichia Corporation & Osram Opto Semiconductors Inc., v. Lighting
Science Group Corp., IPR filing: IPR2019-01259 (PTAB filed Jun 28th 2019); (retained by petitioner Nichia and
Osram Opto.) – Shearman and Sterling, LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 28)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 9)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and ceramic thermal heat sinking technology.

78. Active case work: 2Q2019 – 3Q2019; Nichia Corporation v. Lighting Science Group Corp., 2:17-CV-08849 (C.
D. Ca filed Jul 12th 2017); (retained by defendant Nichia) – Shearman and Sterling, LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 28)
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b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 9)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and ceramic thermal heat sinking technology

79. Active case work: 3Q2019-3Q2019; Applied Optoelectronics Inc v. Class Action Lawsuit, 4:17-CV-02399 (S. D.
Tx filed: Mar 6th 2018); (retained by plaintiff Class Action Lawsuit) – Levi and Korsinsky, LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 28)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 9)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Fiber optic based optoelectronic semiconductor components, transceivers, and subsystems.

80. Active case work: 3Q2019-3Q2019; DNA Motor v. Kuen Hwa Traffic Industrial Co., 18-CV-05664 (C. D. Ca
filed: Jan 15th 2019); (defendant DNA Motor) – Elizabeth Yang, Law and Mediation Office
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 28)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 9)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: LED design patent, and the design of an aftermarket LED based headlight assembly for
an automobile.

81. Active case work: 3Q2019 – 1Q2020; Nichia Corporation, Osram Opto Semiconductors Inc., Philips Lumileds,
GE Consumer Lighting, Cree, and Signify v. Lighting Science Group Corp., ITC 337-TA-1168 (filed: Apr 30th
2019), (“Certain Light-Emitting-Diode products, systems, and components thereof (III)”) (retained by
respondents Nichia, Osram Optoelectronics, Philips Lumileds, GE Consumer Lighting, Cree Hong Kong., Signify
Corp.) – Shearman and Sterling, LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 29)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 10)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and ceramic thermal heat sinking technology (LTCC).

82. Active case work: 4Q2019 – 1Q2020; Amazon.com Inc, Bed, Bath and Beyond, IKEA, Target, and Walmart Inc.,
v. Regents of the University of California, ITC 337-TA-1172 (filed: July 30th 2019), (“Certain Filament LightEmitting-Diodes and products containing same”) (retained by respondents Amazon.com Inc, Bed, Bath and
Beyond, IKEA, Target, and Walmart Inc.) – Morrison and Foerster, LLP
a. Deposition: 2 (Cumulative total: 31)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 10)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and light bulb filaments with transparent sub-mounts.

83. Active case work: 4Q2019 – 4Q2019; U.D. Electronic Corp., v. Pulse Electronics, Inc., IPR2019-00511 (PTAB
filed Dec 28th 2018), (retained by petitioner U. D. Electronic Corp.) – Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves and Savitch
LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 31)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 10)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components.

84. Active case work: 1Q2020 – 2Q2020; IKEA, v. Regents of the University of California, ITC 337-TA-1172 (filed:
July 30th 2019), (“Certain Filament Light-Emitting-Diodes and products containing same”) (retained by
respondents IKEA) – Flaster and Greenberg, LLP
a. Deposition: 2 (Cumulative total: 31)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 10)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and light bulb filaments with transparent sub-mounts.

85. Active case work: 1Q2020-1Q2020; Hanwha Solutions Corporation, v. Longi Green Energy, Longi Solar
Technology, Longi Trading et al., IPR2019-01072 (PTAB filed 13th May 2019), (retained by patent owner
Hanwha Solutions Corporation) - Covington and Burling LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 31)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 10)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Silicon solar cells and materials analysis of passivation layers

86. Active case work: 1Q2020-1Q2020; Hanwha Solutions Corporation, v. REC Solar Pte. Ltd. and JinkSolar (U.S.)
Inc. IPR2019-01145 (PTAB filed 6th March 2019), (retained by patent owner Hanwha Solutions Corporation) -
Covington and Burling LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 31)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 10)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Silicon solar cells and materials analysis of passivation layers

87. Active case work: 4Q2019 – 2Q2020; Viavi Solutions Inc., v Optrontec Inc., ITC 337-TA-1187 (filed: 18th
November 2019), (“Certain Electronic devices with Optical Filters and Optical Sensor Systems and Components
Thereof”) (retained by complainant Viavi Solutions Inc.,) – Venable, LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 31)
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b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 10)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Optical filters and optical sensor systems, design and fabrication of dielectric materials
for passband filters in applications such as optical communications, imaging, sensing, medical,
automotive.

88. Active case work: 2Q2020 – 4Q2020; Leviton Manufacturing Co., v. Corning Optical Communications LLC.,
ITC 337-TA-1194 (filed: 19th March 2020), (“Certain High-Density Fiber Optic Equipment and Components
Thereof”) (retained by respondent Leviton Manufacturing Co.,) – Morrison & Foerster, LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 32)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 11)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Fiber optic adapters, fiber optic connectors (simplex, duplex, quad, multi-fiber), fiber
trays, racks, and fiber cabinet equipment.
e. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and light bulb filaments with transparent sub-mounts.

89. Active case work: 2Q2020 – 2Q2020; subject to PO/NDA and engagement letter xxx v. yyy, Post Grant Review
petition for proceedings (US Patent # zzz), retained by Morrison and Foerster, LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 31)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 10)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Optoelectronics, LEDs, lead frame packaging, optics, optical lenses, GaN (Gallium Nitride), optical
transparency

90. Active case work: 1Q2020-3Q2020; Cellect LLC, v. Samsung Electronics Co., LTD and Samsung Electronics
America, Inc., IPR2020-00560 (PTAB filed 16th Feb 2020), (retained by patent owner Cellect LLC) – retained by
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 32)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 11)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD technology

91. Active case work: 2Q2020-2Q2020; Panasonic, v. 3M Innovative Properties Company., Preparation for IPR
filing, (retained by defendant Panasonic) – retained by Westerman Hattori Daniels & Adrian LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 32)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 11)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)
d. Technology: Touch sensor (resistive, optical, and capacitive) technology for mobile displays.
Analysis of display, electronic, and optical technologies.

92. Active case work: 2Q2020-3Q2020; Longi Green Energy Technology Co, Longi Solar Technology Co, Long
Solar Technology (H.K., Kuching, Taizhou, Zhejiang, Hefei, US) v. Hanwha Solutions Corporation., IPR 2019-
01072, (retained by patent owner Hanwha Solutions Corporation) – Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 33)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 11)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 5)
d. Optoelectronics; solar cell design, fabrication, device performance, packaging, and interface issues
relating to passivation (both chemical and electric field enhanced).

93. Active case work: 3Q2020-3Q2020; Oyster Optics LLC v. Ciena Corp, 4:17-CV-05920 (N. D. CA filed: April
22nd 2020); (retained by plaintiff Oyster Optics LLC) – Russ August & Kabat LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 33)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 12)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
d. Technology: Fiber optic based optoelectronic semiconductor component design and operation,
especially phase shift keying (PSK, QPSK) and phase based coherent communications.

94. Active case work: 3Q2020-2Q2021; Capella Photonics Inc., v. Infinera Corporation, Tellabs, Tellabs Operations
Inc., Coriant American Inc., and Coriant USA Inc., 2:20-CV-00077 (E. D. TX filed: March 16th 2020); (retained
by defendant Infinera Inc.) – Baker Botts LLP.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 34)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 12)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 5)
d. Technology: Fiber optic wavelength selective switches (WSS), reconfigurable add-drop multiplexors
(ROADMs), and their design. Technical issues include polarization, wavelength selection, coupling,
mux/demux and operation in optical networks.

95. Active case work: 3Q2020-3Q2020; Longi Green Energy Technology Co, Longi Solar Technology Co, Long
Solar Technology (H.K., Kuching, Taizhou, Zhejiang, Hefei, US) v. Hanwha Solutions Corporation., IPR 2020-
00353, (retained by patent owner Hanwha Solutions Corporation) – Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 34)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 12)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Optoelectronics: solar cell design, fabrication, device performance, packaging, and interface issues
relating to passivation (both chemical and electric field enhanced).
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96. Active case work: 3Q2020-2Q2021; Appotronics Corporation Ltd. v. Delta Electronics Inc., 2:19-CV-00466 (E.
D. Va filed: July 22nd 2020); (retained by defendant Delta Corporation Inc) – Pillsbury Winthorp Shaw Pitman
LLP.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 35)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 12)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Light projectors for display and the color wheel, phosphor technology, high power visible
lasers for projection, and the associated packaging of the modules/projectors for efficient cost design.

97. Active case work: 3Q2020 – 2Q2021; Ideal Industries Lighting LLC (dba Cree Lighting) v. RAB Lighting Inc.,
ITC 337-TA-1213 (filed: 15th July 2020), (“Certain Light-emitting Diode Products, Fixtures, and Components
thereof”), (retained by plaintiff Ideal Industries Lighting LLC (dba Cree Lighting) – Quinn Emanuel Urquhart an
Sullivan, LLP
a. Deposition: 1(Cumulative total: 36)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 2(twice at the stand); (Cumulative total: 14)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Visible GaN based LEDs and various packaging optical lens designs for directing and
re-directing LED light output with applications in street lighting.

98. Active case work: 3Q2020-3Q2020; Cellect LLC, v. Samsung Electronics Co., LTD and Samsung Electronics
America, Inc., ex parte declaration entitled, ‘Hand-held computers incorporating reduced area imaging devices’,
for U.S. Patent 6,982,742 (control number 90/014,453), (retained by patent owner Cellect LLC) – retained by
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 36)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD
technology. Technical history of CCD v. CMOS image sensors in the 1990s and associated
performance criteria.

99. Active case work: 3Q2020-3Q2020; Cellect LLC, v. Samsung Electronics Co., LTD and Samsung Electronics
America, Inc., ex parte declaration entitled, ‘Communication devices incorporating reduced area imaging
devices’, for U.S. Patent 6,452,626 (control number 90/014,455), (retained by patent owner Cellect LLC) –
retained by Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 36)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD
technology. Technical history of CCD v. CMOS image sensors in the 1990s and associated
performance criteria.

100. Active case work: 4Q2020-4Q2020; Cellect LLC, v. Samsung Electronics Co., LTD and Samsung Electronics
America, Inc., IPR declaration for U.S. Patent 9,198,565 (IPR2020-00476), (retained by patent owner Cellect
LLC) – retained by Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 36)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD
technology. Technical history of CCD v. CMOS image sensors in the 1990s and associated
performance criteria.

101. Active case work: 4Q2020-4Q2020; Cellect LLC, v. Samsung Electronics Co., LTD and Samsung Electronics
America, Inc., IPR declaration for U.S. Patent 9,667,896 (IPR2020-00477), (retained by patent owner Cellect
LLC) – retained by Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 36)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD
technology. Technical history of CCD v. CMOS image sensors in the 1990s and associated
performance criteria.

102. Active case work: 4Q2020 – 1Q2021; U.D. Electronic Corp., v. Pulse Electronics, Inc., 3:18-CV-00373 (Filed
Fed 16th 2018), (retained by petitioner U. D. Electronic Corp.) – retained by defendant Perkins Coie LLP.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 37)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components. Noise suppression using EMI between electrical
components and connectors.

103. Active case work: 4Q2020-4Q2020; Cellect LLC, v. Samsung Electronics Co., LTD and Samsung Electronics
America, Inc., IPR declaration for U.S. Patent 9,186,052 (IPR2020-00512), (retained by patent owner Cellect
LLC) – retained by Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 38)
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b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD
technology. Technical history of CCD v. CMOS image sensors in the 1990s and associated
performance criteria.

104. Active case work: 4Q2020-4Q2020; Cellect LLC, v. Samsung Electronics Co., LTD and Samsung Electronics
America, Inc., IPR declaration for U.S. Patent 9,186,052 (IPR2020-00475), (retained by patent owner Cellect
LLC) – retained by Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 39)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD
technology. Technical history of CCD v. CMOS image sensors in the 1990s and associated
performance criteria.

105. Active case work: 3Q2020 – 1Q2021; Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. v. Verizon Communications, Inc., et al., 20-
CV-030-JRG (TX E. D. Filed 21st April 2020), (retained by plaintiff Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.) – retained by
plaintiff Caldwell Cassady Curry P.C.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 39)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Analysis of coding for fiber optic communications, specifically in relation to the
standardization process for the Telecommunication Standardization Sector of the International
Telecommunications Union (“ITU-T”), including the ITU-T’s G.709: Interfaces for the optical
transport network standard (“G.709” or “the G.709 Standard”). In particular, the technical issues that
relate to OTN hierarchy; functionality of the overhead in support of multi-wavelength optical
networks; frame structures, bit rates, and formats for mapping client signals.

106. Active case work: 1Q2021 – 3Q2021; IKEA et al., v. Regents of the University of California, ITC 337-TA-1220
(filed: 29th September 2020), (“Certain filament light-emitting diodes and products containing same (II)”),
(retained by respondent JDG: IKEA, Global Value Lighting, Signify, Home Depot, GE, Satco) – retained by
Flaster Greenberg PC, Kirkland and Ellis, GT Law, Alston and Bird, Jones Day and Goodwin Law as JDG
counsel.
a. Deposition: 2 (Cumulative total: 41)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 15)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and light bulb filaments with transparent sub-mounts.

107. Active case work 4Q2020 – 1Q2021; Uber Technologies Inc., v. Anthony Scott Levandowski; Case No. 20-30242
(HLB) and 20-03050 (filed 16th September 2020), retained by defendant Uber Technologies Inc., retained by
Jenner and Block LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 41)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: LIDAR technology for motor vehicles that includes fiber amplifiers, LIDAR hardware,
laser diodes, photodetectors, fiber links, and free space communications.

108. Active case work: 1Q2021 – 3Q2021; CoSemi Technologies, v. Everpro Technologies, Fibbr Technologies,
Logitech, and Facebook Technologies, ITC 337-TA-1233 (filed: 29th October 2020), “Certain active optical
cables and products containing same”, (retained by claimant Cosemi Technologies) – retained by Rutan & Tucker
LLP.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 42)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Active optical cables with embedded silicon modulator ICs, copper cable, fiber optic
cable, VCSEL laser diodes, photodetectors and cable sheathing for consumer applications such as
gaming, HDMI, USB, etc.

109. Active case work: 2Q2021 – 3Q2021; Acuity Brands Lighting ,Inc. v. Heavy Duty Lighting (HDL), LLC., 20-
CV-03648-SCJ (GA N. D. Filed 2nd September 2020), (retained by defendant Acuity Brands Lighting) – retained
by defendant Duane Morris LLP.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 43)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: LED lighting, LED chips, LED packages and LED packaging technologies such as
molding, glob-top, substrates, die mounting, optical reflectors, and electrical interconnect layouts.

110. Active case work: 2Q2021 – 4Q2021; Jiaxing Super Lighting Electric Appliance Co., LTD and Obert Inc. v. CH
Lighting Technology co., LTD., Elliott Electric Supply Inc., and Shaoxing Ruising Lighting co., Ltd., 20-CV00018-ADA (TX W D. Filed 16th March 2020), (retained by defendant CH Lighting et al) – retained by defendant
Holland and Knight LLP.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 44)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 16)
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c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: LED lighting and LED packaging technologies for T8 and T12 form factor tube lighting.
Technologies such as LED luminaire/tube packaging, mechanical structure, thermal heat dissipation,
electronic circuitry, printed circuit boards, and LED chips.

111. Active case work: 3Q2021 – 1Q2022; ASUSTEK Computer Inc, v. KT Imaging USA LLC, 20-CV-00300-ADA
(TX W D. Filed 20th April 2020, (retained by defendant ASUSTEK Computer Inc) – retained by defendant Turner
Boyd LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 44)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 16)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Image sensor modules, cameras in PCs/laptops, consumer products, tear downs, optical
lenses, optical packaging, optical alignment.

112. Active case work: 3Q2021 – 3Q2021; Jiaxing Super Lighting Electric Appliance Co., LTD and Obert Inc. v.
Maxlite Inc., 19-CV-04047 (CA C.D. Filed 8th May 2019), (retained by defendant Maxlite Inc) – retained by
defendant Holland and Knight LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 44)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 16)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: LED lighting and LED packaging technologies for T8 and T12 form factor tube lighting.
Technologies such as LED luminaire/tube packaging, mechanical structure, thermal heat dissipation,
electronic circuitry, printed circuit boards, and LED chips.

113. Active case work: 3Q2021 – 1Q2023; Feit Electric Company Inc., v. Nichia Corporation, 20-CV-00359-GW,
(CA C. D. Filed 13th January 2020), (retained by defendant Feit Electric Company) – retained by Benesch
Friedlander Coplan &Aronoff LLP
a. Deposition: 2 (Cumulative total: 46)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 2 (Cumulative total: 18)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: LED lighting, LED chips, LED packages and LED packaging technologies such as leadframes, molding, glob-top, substrates, die mounting, optical reflectors, and electrical interconnect
layouts.

114. Active case work: 2Q2021 – 2Q2022; Samsung Corporation vs TBD, Pre-patent litigation, (retained by plaintiff
Samsung Corporation), - retained by Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 46)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 18)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: TV displays, OLEDs, LCDs, color gamut, and quality of RGB/white color as per CIE
charts and colorimetry (NTSC, sRGB, AdobeRGB etc,.). Analysis of CHL (constant hue locus),
quantum dots, nano-crystals, nano-devices, nano-structures to improve light quality output.

115. Active case work 2Q2021 – 2Q2021, Holochip Corporation v, Edmund Optics, Optotune AG and others TBD,
Pre-patent litigation for ITC, (retained by plaintiff Holochip Corporation), - retained by King and Spalding LLP).
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 46)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 18)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 6)
d. Technology: Fluid lenses, and optical lenses with controlled focus facilities. Packaging of fluid lenses
using piezoelectric actuators, and hermetic chambers. Deformable surfaces using micro-fluidics.

116. Active case work: 2Q2021-3Q2021; Home Depot USA Inc., v. Lynk Labs, Inc., IPR declaration for U.S. Patent
10,757,783 (IPR2021-01368), (retained by petitioner Home Depot USA, Inc) – retained by DLA Piper LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 47)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 18)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 7)
d. Technology: LED products, LED circuits, including both DC and AC circuit design. LED color
emission, white light, color mixing, CIE charts, and black body radiators for color temperature.

117. Active case work: 2Q2021-3Q2021; Home Depot USA Inc., v. Lynk Labs, Inc., IPR declaration for U.S. Patent
10,492,251 (IPR2021-01369), (retained by petitioner Home Depot USA, Inc) – retained by DLA Piper LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 48)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 18)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 8)
d. Technology: LED products, LED circuits, including both DC and AC circuit design. LED color
emission, white light, color mixing, CIE charts, and black body radiators for color temperature.

118. Active case work: 3Q2021-3Q2021; Home Depot USA Inc., v. Lynk Labs, Inc., IPR declaration for U.S. Patent
10,091,842 (IPR2021-01540), (retained by petitioner Home Depot USA, Inc) – retained by DLA Piper LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 49)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 18)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 9)
d. Technology: LED products, LED circuits, including both DC and AC circuit design. LED color
emission, white light, color mixing, CIE charts, and black body radiators for color temperature.
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119. Active case work: 4Q2021-4Q2021; Home Depot USA Inc., v. Lynk Labs, Inc., IPR declaration for U.S. Patent
10,517,149 (IPR2022-000023), (retained by petitioner Home Depot USA, Inc) – retained by DLA Piper LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 50)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 18)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 10)
d. Technology: LED products, LED circuits, including both DC and AC circuit design. LED color
emission, white light, color mixing, CIE charts, and black body radiators for color temperature.

120. Active case work: 4Q2021-Present; Everlight Elecs. Co. Ltd. v. Amazon.com, Inc. et al., 6:21-CV-00906 (W. D.
TX filed: August 31st 2021); (retained by defendant Amazon.com) – Morrison and Foerster LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 50)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 18)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 10)
d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging with metallic electrodes, flip-chip solder bumping, and
doping of semiconductors for electrical conduction.

121. Active case work: 4Q2021-2Q2021; Hanwha Solutions Corporation and affiliated companies including Q-Cells,
Boviet Renewable Power, Boviet Solar, Canadian Solar International v. Advanced Silicon Group Technologies,
ITC 337-TA-1271 (filed: 14th October 2020) “Certain silicon photovoltaic cells and modules with nanostructures,
and products containing the same.” (retained by joint defense group consisting of Quinn Emanual Urquhart &
Sullivan, LLP., Morgan Lewis and Bockius, LLP., and Sidley Austin LLP.).
a. Deposition: 2 (Cumulative total: 52)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 1 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 10)
d. Technology: Silicon based solar/photovoltaic cells and modules that include fabrication techniques
such as deposition, diffusion, wet/dry etching of nanostructures, nanowires, and nano-structures, nanofeatures, black silicon, monocrystalline wafers, and polysilicon fabrication.

122. Active case work: 4Q2021-2Q2022; Dell Computer Inc, v. KT Imaging USA LLC, Declaration for IPR with patent
number 6,876,544 as petitioner, (to be filed), (retained by defendant Dell Computer Inc) – retained by petitioner
Farella, Braun, and Martel.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 52)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 10)
d. Technology: Image sensor modules, cameras in PCs/laptops, consumer products, tear downs, optical
lenses, optical packaging, optical alignment.

123. Active case work: 1Q2022-2Q2022; Cree Lighting, Wolfspeed, Ideal Industries Lighting, v. CAO Lighting,
Declaration for IPR with patent number 6,465,961 as petitioner, (filed 8th April 2022), (retained by defendant
Cree Lighting) – retained by Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 53)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 11)
d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, chip-on-board, heat
sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride)
epitaxial layers, active regions, cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

124. Active case work: 1Q2022-2Q2022; Cree Lighting, Wolfspeed, Ideal Industries Lighting, v. CAO Lighting,
Declaration for IPR with patent numbers 6,634,770 as petitioner, (filed 8th April 2022), (retained by defendant
Cree Lighting) – retained by Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 54)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 12)
d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, chip-on-board, heat
sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride)
epitaxial layers, active regions, cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

125. Active case work: 1Q2022-2Q2022; Cree Lighting dba Ideal Industries Lighting, v. CAO Lighting, 1:21-cv-00634
(MD NC filed 12th Aug 2021,), (retained by defendant Cree Lighting) – retained by Kilpatrick Townsend &
Stockton LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 54)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 12)
d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, chip-on-board, heat
sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride)
epitaxial layers, active regions, cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

126. Active case work: 1Q2022-2Q2022; Lite-On Technology Corporation and Genesis Photonics Inc., v. Sensor
Electronic Technology Inc., (SETi), 6:21-cv-00322 (WD Tex filed 12th Aug 2021,), (retained by plaintiff LiteOn
and Genesis) – retained by Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 54)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 12)
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d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging,
chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum
Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LEDcladding
layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

127. Active case work: 1Q2022-2Q2022; Lite-On Technology Corporation and Genesis Photonics Inc., v. Sensor
Electronic Technology Inc., (SETi), Declaration for IPR (IPR2022-00395) as patent owner, (retained by plaintiff
LiteOn and Genesis) – retained by Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
a. Deposition: 2 (Cumulative total: 56)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 2 (Cumulative total: 14)
d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging,
chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum
Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LED cladding
layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

128. Active case work: 1Q2022-2Q2022; Lite-On Technology Corporation and Genesis Photonics Inc., v. Sensor
Electronic Technology Inc., (SETi), Declaration for IPR (IPR2022-00396) as patent owner, (retained by plaintiff
LiteOn and Genesis) – retained by Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 56)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging,
chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum
Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LED cladding
layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

129. Active case work: 1Q2022-2Q2022; Lite-On Technology Corporation and Genesis Photonics Inc., v. Sensor
Electronic Technology Inc., (SETi), Declaration for IPR (IPR2022-00397) as patent owner, (retained by plaintiff
LiteOn and Genesis) – retained by Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 56)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging,
chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum
Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LED cladding
layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

130. Active case work: 1Q2022-2Q2022; Lite-On Technology Corporation and Genesis Photonics Inc., v. Sensor
Electronic Technology Inc., (SETi), Declaration for IPR (IPR2022-00406) as patent owner, (retained by plaintiff
LiteOn and Genesis) – retained by Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 56)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 14)
d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging,
chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum
Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LED cladding
layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

131. Active case work: 1Q2022-2Q2022; Lite-On Technology Corporation and Genesis Photonics Inc., v. Sensor
Electronic Technology Inc., (SETi), Declaration for IPR (IPR2022-00419) as patent owner, (retained by plaintiff
LiteOn and Genesis) – retained by Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 57)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging,
chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum
Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LED cladding
layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

132. Active case work: 1Q2022-3Q2022; Panasonic Corporation, v. Magna International Inc., 21-cv-00319 (WD Tex
filed 31st Mar 2021,), (retained by plaintiff Panasonic) – retained by Sidley Austin LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 57)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: Automotive sensors, cameras, electronic circuitry, controls, packaging, surround view
camera systems.

133. Active case work: 2Q2022 – Present; Jiaxing Super Lighting Electric Appliance Co., LTD and Obert Inc. v.
Maxlite Inc., 19-CV-04047 (CA C.D. Filed 8th May 2019), (retained by defendant Maxlite Inc) – retained by
defendant Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves and Savitch LLP.
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 57)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
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d. Technology: LED lighting and LED packaging technologies for T8 and T12 form factor tube lighting.
Technologies such as LED luminaire/tube packaging, mechanical structure, thermal heat dissipation,
electronic circuitry, printed circuit boards, and LED chips.

134. Active case work: 1Q2022 – 4Q2022; Advanced Engineering Services LLC., v. Lumasense Technologies Inc.,
and DOES 1-50, 21-CV-03279-WHO combined with 20-CV-07905-WHO (CA N.D. Filed 23rd Feb 2022),
(retained by plaintiff Advanced Engineering Services LLC) – retained by plaintiff SAC Attorneys LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 58)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: Thermal, gas, and flow sensing for use in designing and manufacturing equipment used
in semiconductor chip manufacturing. In particular, review of data relating to the simulation of finite
element analysis (“FEA”) and computational fluid dynamics (“CFD”) data for gases, temperature, and
stress with actual sensor data that could be intelligently integrated, customized, installed, tested,
verified, and validated.

135. Active case work: 2Q2022-3Q2022; Frontier Communications v. Charter Communications, Pre-litigation IP and
Due Diligence; Case No. TBD; Retained by Frontier Communications, (retained by Mayer Brown LLP)
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 58)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: Optical PON for high-speed data FTTH evaluation, testing, and analysis.

136. Active case work: 2Q2022-3Q2022; Russ, August & Kabat, Pre-litigation IP and Due Diligence; Case No. TBD;
(retained by plaintiff – Russ, August & Kabat LLP)
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 58)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: High volume fiber optic transceivers for EPON/GPON with: CDR circuits, ‘Intelligencein-the-Module’ and ‘M-ary’ families.

137. Active case work: 2Q2022-3Q2022; Signify Holding B.V. v. GE Lighting Solutions LLC., Declaration for IPR
(IPR2022-XXX – in draft form for US patent #7,497,973) as petitioner, (retained by petitioner Signify Holding
B.V.) – retained by Alston and Bird LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 58)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips that emit in the UV and visible, LED arrays, LED
packaging including phosphors and encapsulants, and the type of phosphors utilized for different
emission. In particular, phosphors that are activated by dopants such as Europium (Eu), Manganese
(Mn) and the associated ions for these materials e.g. Mn2+, Mn3+, Mn4+, Mn6+, etc. Included
analysis of InGaN and AlGaN based epitaxial material systems, and the use of phosphors in high
pressure mercury vapor lamps.

138. Active case work: 3Q22 – Present; Canon, Inc., and Canon USA Inc v. WSOU Investments, LLC d/b/a Brazos
Licensing and Development., Declaration for IPR ((IPR2022-XXX) for US patent #7,493,030 as petitioner,
(retained by Canon Inc) – retained by Orrick LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 58)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: Digital camera operation including optical focus, image sensing, optical train, depth of
field, exposure time, different focus and focal areas of a portion of the image, general photography
and optical principles.

139. Active case work: 3Q22 – Present; Canon, Inc., and Canon USA Inc v. WSOU Investments, LLC d/b/a Brazos
Licensing and Development., 21-CV- 00166-ADA-DTG (W.D. TX.) Filed 29th Sept 2022. (retained by defendant
Canon Inc) – retained by Orrick LLP
a. Deposition: 1 (Cumulative total: 59)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: Digital camera operation including optical focus, image sensing, optical train, depth of
field, exposure time, different focus and focal areas of a portion of the image, general photography
and optical principles.
e.

140. Active case work: 3Q22 – Present; Fujifilm Sonosite., v. Butterfly Network, Inc., 1-22-CV-00309 (D.Del) Filed
29th Mar 2022), (retained by defendant Butterfly Network, Inc.,) – retained by defendant Akin Gump LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 59)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: Ultra-sonic equipment that includes displays, especially OLED displays. The electronic
circuits and how displays are electronically controlled.
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141. Active case work: 3Q22 – Present; LedComm LLC., v. IKEA US Retail LLC et al, 6-22-CV-00302-ADA (W.D.
Tx.) Filed 21st Mar 2022), (retained by defendant IKEA US Retail LLC et al.) – retained by defendant Flaster
Greenberg LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 59)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: LED surface mount packaging, LED GaN/InGaN chips, and associated LED lighting
performance specifications.

142. Active case work: 2Q22 – 3Q2022; NXP Semiconductors N.V. and NXP USA Inc., v. MediaTek Inc,, Amazon.com
Inc., Belkin International Inc, Linksys USA Inc., et al, ITC Investigation 337-TA-1287 entitled “Certain integrated
circuits, and electronic devices and products containing the same” (Filed 1st Dec 2021), (retained by respondents
Amazon.com Inc.,) – retained by respondent Morrison Foerster LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 59)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: LED surface mount packaging, LED GaN/InGaN chips, and associated LED lighting
performance specifications. LED Luminaires.

143. Active case work: 3Q22 – 4Q22; Amazon.com Inc., v. Epistar Corp., 6-22-CV-00526-ADA (W.D. Tx.) Filed 24th
May 2022), (retained by defendant Amazon.com Inc..) – retained by defendant Morrison Foerster LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 59)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: LED surface mount packaging, LED GaN/InGaN chips, GaN/InGaN epitaxial growth,
fabrication, device design and packaging. LED luminaires.

144. Active case work: 4Q22 – Present; Amazon.com Inc., v. Epistar Corp., 6-22-CV-00526-ADA (W.D. Tx.) Filed
24th May 2022), (retained by defendant Amazon.com Inc..) – retained by defendant Perkins Coie LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 59)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: LED surface mount packaging, LED GaN/InGaN chips, GaN/InGaN epitaxial growth,
fabrication, device design and packaging. LED Luminaires.

145. Active case work: 4Q22 – Present; Qorvo., v. Akoustis Technologies Inc., 1-21-CV-1417-JPM (C.A.) Filed 4th
Oct 2021), (retained by defendant Akoustis.) – retained by defendant Pillsbury LLP
a. Deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 59)
b. Trial/Hearing/Court appearance: 0 (Cumulative total: 19)
c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 15)
d. Technology: acoustic wave filters, BAW filters (bulk-acoustic-wave) filters for RF applications,
devices, fabrication, and character.

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This is List of the companies that have consulted with him and retained him as an Expert in Legal matters.

I finished grabbing the technology list and am posting a complete list that Lebby has been called on by the industry in the past as an expert witness. I'd say that we have some pretty impressive investors on here and some even apparently know better how the industry operates and how to introduce EO Polymers to it. I'd like to see a list of the technology or subjects the smartest kid in the class here have been asked to legally be relied on.

Honestly it doesn't even have to be related to this industry, it could be anything, automotive, production, aerospace, medical related. Just copy from your resume and post.

Waiting......... Wait until I list the companies, entities countries who have called on Lebby for the following Technologies.

c. Technology: Optoelectronics (optical storage, fiber optic communications, sensors, high power lasers,
LED lighting, LED luminaires etc.).

c. Technology: semiconductor lasers/VCSELs, fiber optic transceiver modules

c. Technology: CMOS image sensors; design and fabrication

c. Technology: LEDs, device design, color gamut, packaging, optical lensing, lead frames, surface
mount packaging.

c. Technology: Fiber optic networks, optical switches, ROADMs and optical filters (dielectric based).

c. Technology: Wavelength optical switches, optical filters, and optical components, liquid crystal
technology.

c. Technology: IC design, layout, and operation; especially laser driver chips for VCSELs. High speed
laboratory testing.

c. Technology: Bar code scanners and associated optics such as imagers, lasers, LEDs, molded optics.
Laboratory testing.

c. Technology: IC design, layout, and operation; especially laser driver chips for VCSELs. High speed
laboratory testing.


c. Technology: CD, CVD, BluRay optical disk drives, optical components, laser diodes, and optical
beam patterns. Laboratory testing of visible optics.

c. Technology: LED backlights for vehicles; LED package and optical module/LED luminaire design.

c. Technology: LED backlights for vehicles; LED package and optical module/luminaire design.

c. Technology: Photonic Integrated Circuits using InP (Indium Phosphide); lasers, detectors,
waveguides, mux/demux, spot size converters.

c. Technology: LED devices, packages and modules/luminaires for vehicles.

c. Technology: LEDs for mobile phones; LED epitaxial layers, device designs, optical lensing,
packaging. Laboratory reverse engineering using TEM/SEM/EDAX etc.

c. Technology: GaN buffer layers for LEDs, and associated technical marketing, sales and import
process into USA.

d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

d. Technology: Optical storage using laser diodes, photodetectors and optical materials

d. Technology: Proximity sensors using LEDs, photodetectors and innovative semiconductor packaging.

d. Technology: High power lasers (YAG, CO2) to engrave and scribe dental orthodontic brackets.

d. Technology: Trade secret MOCVD epitaxial growth techniques for high power GaN/InGaN LED technology, luminaires, modules and packaging.

d. Technology: GaN/InGaN LEDs on structured substrates with reverse engineering laboratory analysis.

d. Technology: Proximity sensors for mobile phones.

d. Technology: Fiber optic transceiver modules.

d. Technology: High power gas laser design and operation.

d. Technology: LED packaging for illumination. LED luminaires.

d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

d. Technology: Electrical connector, IC, and LED light product design including luminaires.

d. Technology: High performance GaN based RF FET device design and operation.

d. Technology: Laser/photodetector based LIDAR design and operation for self-driving vehicles.

d. Technology: LED based luminaire design for lighting.

d. Technology: Optical and electrical device, optics, and package designs for LIDAR based self-driving
vehicles.

d. Technology: Optoelectronic based proximity sensors using LEDs and photodetectors.

d. Technology: Coding designs of optical digital signals for high performance optical networks.

d. Technology: Fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using optoelectronic
components.

d. Technology: Fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using optoelectronic
components.

d. Technology: Fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using optoelectronic
components.


d. Technology: Fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using optoelectronic
components.

d. Technology: High power grating surface emitter laser diodes, and associated packaging and device
design for laser-based cooking ovens.

d. Technology: Fiber optic based optical communications for coherent technologies

d. Technology: Fiber optic based optoelectronic semiconductor component design and operation.

d. Technology: Fiber optic based optoelectronic semiconductor component design and operation.
Including both direct detect and coherent communications, and encoding techniques such as PSK,
QPSK, AM, FM etc.

d. Technology: High volume, low cost optical lens and optics technology.

d. Technology: Bar-code scanners and associated optical/optoelectronic component performance and
operation.


d. Technology: Fabrication, design, and reverse engineering of silicon-based FET ICs.

d. Technology: Fabrication, design, characterization, and packaging of silicon-based FET ICs for power
applications

d. Technology: Design and packaging of high brightness GaN based LEDs for luminaires.

d. Technology: Submarine and subsea fiber optic cables: technology, markets, economic impact, and
history.

d. Technology: Design and packaging of high brightness GaN based LEDs for luminaires.

d. Technology: Large LED Panels, LED displays, LED modular panel design, LED thermal engineering
and color displays for outdoor environments.


Technology: CMOS device (inc FinFETs) and IC fabrication techniques at 40, 28, 20, 16nm nodes.

d. Technology: High brightness InGaAlP, GaP, AlGaAs, and GaN/InGaN based LEDs for use in medical
instruments

d. Technology: LIDAR optical and electronic component and system technology

d. Technology: Trade Secret GaAs based solar cell design, fabrication, manufacturing, and device
performance

d. Technology: Fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using optoelectronic
components.


d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components.

d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components.

d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components.

d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components.
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d. Technology: Semiconductor displays using active matrix LCD and thin film transistor technology.
Design, fabrication, and circuit layout.

d. Technology: Semiconductor displays using active matrix LCD and thin film transistor technology.
Design and fabrication technology.

d. Technology: LED lighting, LED luminaires, LED performance, electrical and mechanical design and
construction.

d. Technology: LEDs for mobile phones

d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging, LED lenses, LED luminaires, backlights, displays, and
televisions/monitors

c. IPR/PTAB trial/deposition: 0 (Cumulative total: 4)

d. Technology: Silicon solar cells and materials analysis of passivation layers

d. Technology: Fiber optic based optoelectronic semiconductor component and transceiver design/
operation.

d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and ceramic thermal heat sinking technology.

d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and ceramic thermal heat sinking technology

d. Technology: Fiber optic based optoelectronic semiconductor components, transceivers, and subsystems.

d. Technology: LED design patent, and the design of an aftermarket LED based headlight assembly for
an automobile.

d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and ceramic thermal heat sinking technology (LTCC).

d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and light bulb filaments with transparent sub-mounts.

d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components.

d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and light bulb filaments with transparent sub-mounts.

d. Technology: Silicon solar cells and materials analysis of passivation layers

d. Technology: Silicon solar cells and materials analysis of passivation layers

d. Technology: Optical filters and optical sensor systems, design and fabrication of dielectric materials
for passband filters in applications such as optical communications, imaging, sensing, medical,
automotive.

d. Technology: Fiber optic adapters, fiber optic connectors (simplex, duplex, quad, multi-fiber), fiber
trays, racks, and fiber cabinet equipment.
e. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and light bulb filaments with transparent sub-mounts.

d. Optoelectronics, LEDs, lead frame packaging, optics, optical lenses, GaN (Gallium Nitride), optical
transparency

d. Technology: Silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD technology

d. Technology: Touch sensor (resistive, optical, and capacitive) technology for mobile displays.
Analysis of display, electronic, and optical technologies.

d. Optoelectronics; solar cell design, fabrication, device performance, packaging, and interface issues
relating to passivation (both chemical and electric field enhanced).

d. Technology: Fiber optic based optoelectronic semiconductor component design and operation,
especially phase shift keying (PSK, QPSK) and phase based coherent communications.

d. Technology: Fiber optic wavelength selective switches (WSS), reconfigurable add-drop multiplexors
(ROADMs), and their design. Technical issues include polarization, wavelength selection, coupling,
mux/demux and operation in optical networks.

d. Optoelectronics: solar cell design, fabrication, device performance, packaging, and interface issues
relating to passivation (both chemical and electric field enhanced).


d. Technology: Light projectors for display and the color wheel, phosphor technology, high power visible
lasers for projection, and the associated packaging of the modules/projectors for efficient cost design.

d. Technology: Visible GaN based LEDs and various packaging optical lens designs for directing and
re-directing LED light output with applications in street lighting.

d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD
technology. Technical history of CCD v. CMOS image sensors in the 1990s and associated
performance criteria.

d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD
technology. Technical history of CCD v. CMOS image sensors in the 1990s and associated
performance criteria.

d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD
technology. Technical history of CCD v. CMOS image sensors in the 1990s and associated
performance criteria.

d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD
technology. Technical history of CCD v. CMOS image sensors in the 1990s and associated
performance criteria.

d. Technology: Electrical and fiber optic connectors, panels, and distribution switches using both
electronic and optoelectronic components. Noise suppression using EMI between electrical
components and connectors.

d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD
technology.

d. Technology: Hand-held silicon CMOS image sensors, drive electronics, smart pixels and CCD

d. Technology: Analysis of coding for fiber optic communications, specifically in relation to the standardization process for the Telecommunication Standardization Sector of the International Telecommunications Union (“ITU-T”), including the ITU-T’s G.709: Interfaces for the optical transport network standard (“G.709” or “the G.709 Standard”). In particular, the technical issues that relate to OTN hierarchy; functionality of the overhead in support of multi-wavelength optical
networks; frame structures, bit rates, and formats for mapping client signals.

d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging and light bulb filaments with transparent sub-mounts.

d. Technology: LIDAR technology for motor vehicles that includes fiber amplifiers, LIDAR hardware,
laser diodes, photodetectors, fiber links, and free space communications.

d. Technology: Active optical cables with embedded silicon modulator ICs, copper cable, fiber optic cable, VCSEL laser diodes, photodetectors and cable sheathing for consumer applications such as gaming, HDMI, USB, etc.

d. Technology: LED lighting, LED chips, LED packages and LED packaging technologies such as
molding, glob-top, substrates, die mounting, optical reflectors, and electrical interconnect layouts.

d. Technology: LED lighting and LED packaging technologies for T8 and T12 form factor tube lighting.
Technologies such as LED luminaire/tube packaging, mechanical structure, thermal heat dissipation, electronic circuitry, printed circuit boards, and LED chips.

d. Technology: Image sensor modules, cameras in PCs/laptops, consumer products, tear downs, optical
lenses, optical packaging, optical alignment.

d. Technology: LED lighting and LED packaging technologies for T8 and T12 form factor tube lighting.
Technologies such as LED luminaire/tube packaging, mechanical structure, thermal heat dissipation, electronic circuitry, printed circuit boards, and LED chips.

d. Technology: LED lighting, LED chips, LED packages and LED packaging technologies such as leadframes, molding, glob-top, substrates, die mounting, optical reflectors, and electrical interconnect
layouts.

d. Technology: TV displays, OLEDs, LCDs, color gamut, and quality of RGB/white color as per CIE charts and colorimetry (NTSC, sRGB, AdobeRGB etc,.). Analysis of CHL (constant hue locus), quantum dots, nano-crystals, nano-devices, nano-structures to improve light quality output.

d. Technology: Fluid lenses, and optical lenses with controlled focus facilities. Packaging of fluid lenses using piezoelectric actuators, and hermetic chambers. Deformable surfaces using micro-fluidics.


d. Technology: LED products, LED circuits, including both DC and AC circuit design. LED color emission, white light, color mixing, CIE charts, and black body radiators for color temperature.

d. Technology: LED products, LED circuits, including both DC and AC circuit design. LED color emission, white light, color mixing, CIE charts, and black body radiators for color temperature.

d. Technology: LED products, LED circuits, including both DC and AC circuit design. LED color emission, white light, color mixing, CIE charts, and black body radiators for color temperature.

d. Technology: LED products, LED circuits, including both DC and AC circuit design. LED color emission, white light, color mixing, CIE charts, and black body radiators for color temperature.

d. Technology: LED chips, LED packaging with metallic electrodes, flip-chip solder bumping, and doping of semiconductors for electrical conduction.

d. Technology: Silicon based solar/photovoltaic cells and modules that include fabrication techniques such as deposition, diffusion, wet/dry etching of nanostructures, nanowires, and nano-structures, nanofeatures, black silicon, monocrystalline wafers, and polysilicon fabrication.

d. Technology: Image sensor modules, cameras in PCs/laptops, consumer products, tear downs, optical
lenses, optical packaging, optical alignment.

d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, active regions, cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, active regions, cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, active regions, cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging, chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LED cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging, chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LED cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging, chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LED cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging, chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LED cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging, chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LED cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs


d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips, LED arrays, LED packaging, flip-chip packaging, chip-on-board, heat sinks, GaN, InGaN, AlGaN (Gallium Nitride, Indium Gallium Nitride, Aluminum Gallium Nitride) epitaxial layers, GaN fabrication, LED quantum well active regions, LED cladding layers, optical mirrors, DBRs

d. Technology: Automotive sensors, cameras, electronic circuitry, controls, packaging, surround view camera systems.

d. Technology: LED lighting and LED packaging technologies for T8 and T12 form factor tube lighting. Technologies such as LED luminaire/tube packaging, mechanical structure, thermal heat dissipation, electronic circuitry, printed circuit boards, and LED chips.

d. Technology: Thermal, gas, and flow sensing for use in designing and manufacturing equipment used
in semiconductor chip manufacturing. In particular, review of data relating to the simulation of finite
element analysis (“FEA”) and computational fluid dynamics (“CFD”) data for gases, temperature, and
stress with actual sensor data that could be intelligently integrated, customized, installed, tested,
verified, and validated.

d. Technology: Optical PON for high-speed data FTTH evaluation, testing, and analysis.

d. Technology: High volume fiber optic transceivers for EPON/GPON with: CDR circuits, ‘Intelligencein-the-Module’ and ‘M-ary’ families.

d. Technology: LED based light bulbs, LED chips that emit in the UV and visible, LED arrays, LED
packaging including phosphors and encapsulants, and the type of phosphors utilized for different
emission. In particular, phosphors that are activated by dopants such as Europium (Eu), Manganese
(Mn) and the associated ions for these materials e.g. Mn2+, Mn3+, Mn4+, Mn6+, etc. Included
analysis of InGaN and AlGaN based epitaxial material systems, and the use of phosphors in high
pressure mercury vapor lamps.

d. Technology: Digital camera operation including optical focus, image sensing, optical train, depth of
field, exposure time, different focus and focal areas of a portion of the image, general photography
and optical principles.

d. Technology: Digital camera operation including optical focus, image sensing, optical train, depth of
field, exposure time, different focus and focal areas of a portion of the image, general photography
and optical principles.

d. Technology: Ultra-sonic equipment that includes displays, especially OLED displays. The electronic
circuits and how displays are electronically controlled.

d. Technology: LED surface mount packaging, LED GaN/InGaN chips, and associated LED lighting
performance specifications.

d. Technology: LED surface mount packaging, LED GaN/InGaN chips, and associated LED lighting
performance specifications. LED Luminaires.

d. Technology: LED surface mount packaging, LED GaN/InGaN chips, GaN/InGaN epitaxial growth,
fabrication, device design and packaging. LED luminaires.

d. Technology: LED surface mount packaging, LED GaN/InGaN chips, GaN/InGaN epitaxial growth,
fabrication, device design and packaging. LED Luminaires.

d. Technology: acoustic wave filters, BAW filters (bulk-acoustic-wave) filters for RF applications,
devices, fabrication, and character.

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This is Lebby's Legal Resume

So this is Lebby legal resume for the courts to determine his qualifications in the Semiconductor and Photonic Patent infringement cases whenever he is hired to represent them and explain to the courts what a particular patent says.

SUMMARY OF TECHNICAL EXPERTISE:
Industry roles (majority of career): Dr, Lebby has founded and led several companies in various positions
including CEO and CTO (Ignis Optics, Oculi, One Chip Photonics, OIDA, Translucent Photonics, and Lightwave
Logic). Dr. Lebby is currently Chairman & CEO of a public company (Lightwave Logic Inc. NASDAQ:LWLG). As
CEO, Dr. Lebby led LWLG from an OTCQB company to OTCQX, and then to up-list on NASDAQ, organically,
without raising financing (which is extremely rare), on 1st September 2021. Subsequently, Dr. Lebby was invited to
‘ring the bell’ and close the NASDAQ stock market for ethe week on 10th September 2021. The event was carried live
on Fox, CNBC, Bloomberg, and BNN networks. On 1st September 2022, Lebby was elected Chairman of Lightwave
Logic Inc.
Academia role (minor part of career): Dr. Lebby has been a full professor (part-time) in optoelectronics at
Glyndwr University, Wales, UK (2013-15). Dr. Lebby has over 60 publications and has a google scholar h-index = 46
(which includes issued patents and published patent applications), i10-index = 165, with over 8400 citations.
Key professional bodies: Dr. Lebby is a chong of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI), the IEEE
(Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers), and the OSA (Optical Society of America). Dr. Lebby is a Chartered
Engineer of the British Institute of Electrical Engineers (roughly equivalent to the professional engineer status in USA).
Dr. Lebby started work in telecommunications industry and has generated over 40 years of experience in a
number of technical disciplines and technologies. Dr. Lebby is well versed in electronics, semiconductor physics,
optoelectronics, optics, materials, packaging, module design, ICs and electrical engineering in general. Dr. Lebby has
experience in commercial and industrial research of technologies such as silicon, compound semiconductors,
manufacturing, fabrication, design, simulation, testing, evaluation, reliability, qualification of new ideas, concepts and
products.
Dr. Lebby is co-inventor of the world’s first ‘oxide VCSEL’ (this is a type of semiconductor laser) that is
now being utilized for consumer applications (Face ID of Apple’s iPhone as an example, laser mice for PCs as another
example). US Patent #5359618 “High Efficiency VCSEL and Method of Fabrication” issued 25th October 1994.
Estimated commercial volumes of this semiconductor device exceed many billions of units.
Dr. Lebby has over 230 issued utility patents with the USPTO in subjects such as electronics, optoelectronics,
photonics, packaging, transceiver modules, optical sub-assemblies, materials, epitaxial growth, device design,
assembly, and various active and passive components (both electronic and optoelectronic). Dr. Lebby regularly
receives invites to speak at technical conferences as well as banking and financial conferences. Dr. Lebby has appeared
in panels and interviews many times and regularly is communicating with the public on various platforms. Dr. Lebby is
currently chairman of the International PIC conference based in Europe (since it’s conception in 2015). Dr. Lebby is
inventor or co-inventor of ~230 issued USPTO utility patents (or over 450 if international derivatives are included), as
well as over 80 published patent applications.
Dr. Lebby has participated in over 130 patent litigation cases as a technical expert witness, including over 20
trials and over 50 depositions. Dr. Lebby has authored numerous expert reports and is familiar with State (District),
Federal (ITC) and PTAB-IPR court processes for expert witness testimony. Dr. Lebby has been cited in patent
litigation case history (ITC investigation in the matter of: Certain Active Optical Cables and Products Containing the
Same (ITC Inv #337-TA-1233)). See details below in Expert Witness Experience.
The types of products that Dr. Lebby understands and includes but are not limited to; Light Emitting Diodes
(LEDs), Laser Diodes (LDs), photodetectors (PDs), optical waveguides, fiber optics, displays (LCD, LED, OLED),
lighting luminaires, plastic photonics, optical polymers, sensors, LIDAR, solar cells, lighting, data communication,
CMOS, and even new opportunities such as medical and life science applications for photonics. Dr. Lebby is
internationally known for his work with integrated photonics, PICs (Photonic Integrated Circuits), silicon photonics,
and semiconductor technologies such as InP, GaAs, III-GaN, silicon, as well as SiGe and silicon ICs (MOSFETs,
FinFETs, bipolar), power FETs, RF FETs, various display technologies such as LCD, OLED, LED, cameras, as well as
micro-fluidics and nanostructures/wires etc. Dr. Lebby has worked with DC current as well as AC current, high
frequency design, microwave design, and multi-wavelength, visible wavelengths, in addition to
850nm/1310nm/1500nm/NIR fiber optic communications. Dr. Lebby has worked extensively in fiber optics which
includes Fiber based systems, chassis’, trays, modules, adapters, splice devices, connectors, transceivers, packaging as
well as architecture and optical communication standards/protocols.
Dr. Lebby is currently CEO of a public company (Lightwave Logic Inc. NASDAQ:LWLG). As CEO, Dr.
Lebby took LWLG from an OTCQX company to up-list on NASDAQ, organically, without raising financing (which is
extremely rare). LWLG was listed on NASDAQ 1st September 2021, and Dr. Lebby was invited to close the NASDAQ
stock market on 10th September 2021 and “ring the bell”. The event was carried on Fox, CNBC, Bloomberg, and BNN
networks.

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You tell me, here is Lebbys Legal BIOGRAPHY:
Just who is Michael Lebby?, here is his Biography

Lebbys Legal BIOGRAPHY:
Biography: Michael S. Lebby joined Lightwave Logic as a member of the Board of Directors in 2015. In May 2017, Dr. Lebby assumed the role of CEO, and in September 2022, Chairman and CEO of Lightwave Logic Inc (NASDAQ:LWLG). Lightwave Logic is a technological company commercializing Electro-Optical polymers and successfully up listed the company to NASDAQ on 1st September, 2021. Dr. Lebby was invited to close the NASDAQ stock market on 10th September 2021. The event was carried on Fox, CNBC, Bloomberg, BNN networks.
Dr. Lebby (born 1961, London, UK) is an Anglo-American entrepreneur and intrapreneur in the fields of optoelectronics/photonics electronics and semiconductors. Dr. Lebby’s career started with the British Government in 1977 in telecommunications and he did research at their research labs (RSRE Malvern) in the early 1980s. Dr. Lebby worked at AT&T’s research labs: Bell Labs (1985-1989) in photonics, and subsequently drove the development (and co-authored the first patent) of the oxide VCSEL diode laser at Motorola in the 1990s (which is e, now used in laser mice 3D structured light sensing/FaceID in mobile phones, optical interconnects; where volumes of the laser are over 1B units today). From 2005-2010 he led the USA trade association in optoelectronics (OIDA) and represented the optoelectronics and photonics industry on Capitol Hill.
Dr. Lebby has led and run technical start-ups and commercialized optoelectronic and photonics technology into volume manufacturing. Dr. Lebby has also had roles as a Venture Capitalist specializing in Optical Communications. He is currently a technical expert to the European Commission. He is a Fellow member of NAI (National Academy of Inventors), IEEE, and OSA, and has been voted PIC (Photonic Integrated Circuit) business leader of the year by the PIC International Conference in 2018.
Dr. Lebby holds over 450 issued international patents in photonics and electronics, that have been derived from over 230 issued USPTO utility patents, mostly in the field of optoelectronics, photonics, and semiconductors. He has been cited by the USPTO to be in the most prolific 75 inventors in USA from 1988-1997.
Dr. Lebby is passionate about photonics and has focused his efforts over the last 30 years to drive new photonics manufacturing programs in USA and Europe as well as industry-based photonics technology roadmaps.
Dr. Lebby is also passionate about optics and philately, and has been elected to both the London Guild of Spectacle Makers as well as the Royal Philatelic Society London.

WORK HISTORY:
2003 – Present Oculi LLC, CEO and CTO (part-time consulting)
Oculi LLC provides consulting in expert witness, trial, deposition, expert reports, infringement, invalidity, and various patent and IP litigation in photonics, optoelectronics, semiconductors, and fiber optic telecommunication technology segments. Engaged patent agencies have included: IMS Expert Services, Thomson Reuters Expert Witness Services (now Round Table Group), LitXpert Expert Witness Group,Teklicon Expert Witness Agency, Beche Expert Services Group, Forensis Group: Expert Witness Services,
and Expertconnect. Oculi LLC also provides consulting to Ambature Inc. in superconductivity

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES & AWARDS:
Elected Chairman of Lightwave Logic Inc., NASDAQ:LWLG 1st September 2022

Elected to the Corporate Engagement Council (newly formed OIDA to represent the global optical industry) for Optica in June 2022.

Invited to ring the closing bell of NASDAQ (with associated TV interviews) on 10th September, 2021 Elected Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) in 2020.

Voted winner at the PIC Conference (Photonic Integrated Circuits) as PIC Entrepreneur and Business Leader of the Year (March 2018).

Dr. Lebby is co-inventor of the oxide VCSEL (semiconductor laser) that is now being utilized for consumer applications (Face ID of Apple’s iPhone as an example). US Patent #5359618 “High Efficiency VCSEL and Method of Fabrication” issued 25th October 1994.

Dr. Lebby was recognized professionally as a Fellow of IEEE (2005) and OSA (2007) with his technical contributions to the field of optoelectronics.

Dr. Lebby is a member of the Fellows review committee of IEEE.

As an inventor Dr. Lebby has achieved >230 issued utility patents with the USPTO.

As an inventor Dr. Lebby has ~80 published utility patent applications with the USPTO

As an inventor Dr. Lebby has over 450 issued patents world-wide if international derivatives are counted.

Dr. Lebby’s novel laser-based device, packaging, modules designs led Motorola to sell their patent portfolio independently where a number of the patents have “very high licensing coefficients.” Dr. Lebby was given a special award from the Chairman of Motorola for exemplary patent invention accomplishments in 1998 and #1 prolific inventor in Motorola’s history.

Over 60 publications

Over 300 public media activities (that include: Books, Chapters, Reports, Abstracts, Videos, Lectures, Speeches, Reviews, Courses, Talks, Invited Talks, Keynote Talks, Plenary Talks, Webinars, Interviews, Articles, etc.).

Author of OIDA’s annual market optoelectronics report and forecast (2009 version is over 600 pages), which receives international exposure and recognition. Regularly interacts with government agencies in Washington DC on photonics-based projects (DARPA, ARPA-E, NIH, NSF, DOE, NIST, DoD etc.). Typical chapters included: LEDs, laser diodes, fiber optic communications, sensors, displays, solar, green photonics, military photonics, and applications of photonics such as solid-state lighting (LED luminaires), automotive, medical, etc.
Is the recipient of a 2nd doctorate (higher) from Bradford University, UK, and only the second in the
universities history to receive a D.Eng from industry (rest being academia).

Intrepreneur at: (i) Motorola: Co-founded Optobus division – VCSEL laser based parallel optical interconnect solution, and (ii) Intel: Co-founded the Intel optics division for silicon photonics where over $300M was initially invested for the division.

Entrepreneur: Founded (and CEO) Ignis Optics Inc., a venture backed company (>$30M) that designed and manufactured 10Gbps fiber optic transceivers. Sold the company to Bookham (NASDAQ: BKHM) in 2003.
Restructured OneChip Photonics (as CEO) through bankruptcy, and new VC-based funding. Assisted in the raising of >$50M VC funding as a member of BoD. Founded Oculi LLC and Obsidian Motors LLC.

IEEE CPMT Board of Governors (’98- ‘02); IEEE Phoenix Waves and Devices Junior Engineer of the Year (1993); CPMT Distinguished lecturer (2000), CPMT technical committee (TC-10 & ECTC) 1991 to 2011


Advised at Board of Director level for a number of technical start-ups

Chartered Engineer (C.Eng) from IEE (UK). The chartered engineering status is equivalent to the US PE (professional engineer)
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LutherTiggs LutherTiggs 15 hours ago
Don't know that I've seen that slide 8 yet (perhaps did not notice previously). Shows huge market potential for 800G...and shows limited adoption to date of even 400G. Perhaps a reach (or obvious!), but use of that specific graphic to me would suggest to me that LWLG is working with at least one of the hyperscalers listed...aka Google, META, Microsoft, Amazon.
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vein vein 15 hours ago
So if there is no spending yet on 800g. And that is where we enter the market , is that the delay issue??
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