Timothy P. Maloney, co-chair of Fitch Even’s Litigation Practice Group, is active in all aspects of intellectual property enforcement and defense, with an emphasis on representing patent owners in patent litigation and licensing. Tim has achieved a strong record of courtroom success and is established as an effective trial lawyer and negotiator against top lawyers from the nation’s largest law firms. Although his primary focus is patent litigation, he has also successfully litigated disputes regarding trade secret, antitrust, trademark, unfair competition, and professional malpractice matters.
Tim has served in first-chair and second-chair roles in numerous successful jury and bench trials. He also handles appeals and has successfully argued several cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Tim has a keen interest and deep experience in IP monetization strategies and programs. He has been instrumental in the firm’s contingent-fee litigation and technology licensing practice, which has helped numerous smaller businesses and entrepreneurs to enforce and monetize their IP rights, collecting hundreds of millions of dollars in verdicts, settlements, license revenue, and portfolio sale proceeds on their behalf.