John Austin Curry is a principal at Caldwell Cassady & Curry. He primarily focuses his practice on patent infringement disputes. He has worked on high-technology cases involving electrical engineering and computer science technologies. Specifically, Mr. Curry has litigated and tried cases involving technology related to the manipulation of document architecture, systems and logic designed to facilitate the creation of secure communications, algorithms for efficient usage of routing cache, and techniques for down-converting carrier RF signals to baseband.
Mr. Curry has experience in all aspects of patent litigation, from pre-suit investigation to developing case strategy, securing evidence for claims, working with expert witnesses, taking adverse depositions of key witnesses (both fact and expert), and trials and appeals.
Prior to founding Caldwell Cassady & Curry, Mr. Curry worked at McKool Smith. Before that, he worked in industry at a semiconductor manufacturer where he developed a software application for secure near-range consumer transactions to demonstrate the potential of a reduced instruction set chipset.
Curry graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law after graduating valedictorian in his engineering and mathematics class at SMU. He now serves as a member of SMU’s Lyle School of Engineering Executive Board.
VirnetX Inc. v. Apple Inc.
Dr. Robert Morley v. Square Inc.
VirnetX Inc. v. Microsoft Corp.
Bedrock Computer Techs. v. Google Inc.
i4i Limited Partnership v. Microsoft Corp.