Warren Rheaume is a civil trial lawyer who focuses his practice on the resolution of patent, copyright,
trademark, noncompetition, and trade secret cases. In addition to his civil litigation work, he maintains an active
mediation practice serving as the neutral in state and federal cases. Prior to coming to Davis Wright in 2008,
Warren was a partner at Heller Ehrman, and before that, at Foster, Pepper & Shefelman.
Warren is married with four sons who he flies to various sporting events as a private pilot. He and his wife are
also rescue certified scuba divers.
VISICU v. Cerner
Represent plaintiff and patent holder in patent infringement suit regarding remotely monitored intensive care
units. (W.D. Mo. Ongoing)
VISICU v. iMDSoft, Cerner
Represent healthcare informatics provider prosecuting trade secret and patent claims related to remotely
monitored intensive care units. (E.D. Pa. Ongoing)
Wolverine Outdoors, Inc. v. Marker International GmbH
Counsel to international outdoor products retailer Marker International GmbH in trademark conflict proceedings
before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. (T.T.A.B. Ongoing)
EdiZONE v. Toysmith
Lead counsel to major toy wholesaler in defense of patent infringement suit involving color-changing toys.
Obtained voluntary dismissal with prejudice of all claims. (D. Utah 2011)
LivePerson v. InstantService.com, Inc. and Art Technologies Group, Inc.
Defense of industry leading online services software company in patent infringement suit relating to the delivery
of support and customer service over the Internet. Obtained dismissal without prejudice. (S.D.N.Y. 2011)
Play Vision v. Dollar Tree Stores
Represent national retailer of patent, copyright, and trademark infringement suit involving various thermoplastic
rubber toys. Obtained voluntary dismissal with prejudice of all claims, including court ordered monetary
sanctions and attorneys’ fees against plaintiff and its counsel. 2011 WL 2292326 (W.D. Wash. 2011)
Preferred Nutrition, Inc. v. Lorna Vanderhaeghe
Counsel in defense of claims of trademark and trade dress infringement involving nutritional supplements.
(W.D. Wash. 2011)
Nash Manufacturing Inc. v. Kent Sporting Goods Company Inc. et al
Defended wakeboard manufacturer in patent infringement litigation. Obtained dismissal without
J.D., Georgetown University
Law Center, 1983
B.A., Gonzaga University, 1978,
Intellectual Property Litigation
Trade Secrets (Intellectual
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
Warren J. Rheaume