Cases – BANYS, P.C. Trial Lawyers

Apple Must Defend Itself in Patent Lawsuit

United States District Court for the Northern District of California ruled earlier this month that Apple Inc cannot avoid defending itself against patent infringement claims made by Banys, P.C. client, FirstFace Co.  The ongoing lawsuit revolves around Apple’s unlicensed use of technology from three of FirtstFace Co’s patents in the ‘home’ button on several Apple devices including […]

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Banys P.C. again fights to protect individual inventors.

The trial lawyers of Banys P.C. are honored to continue to represent Charles C. Freeny III, Bryan E. Freeny and James P. Freeny for whom we previously secured a $9.25 million dollar jury verdict.  The Disney ‘MagicBand’ is a device that Disney World patrons purchase in order to wirelessly gain entry to the park, unlock Disney […]

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Banys, P.C. wins $12.5 million jury verdict against Qualcomm

In the seventh trial, and the seventh victory, for Christopher Banys over just the last 15 months, a San Diego jury awarded Banys, P.C.’s trial team $12.5 million in damages for a breach of contract case against Qualcomm, Inc. a world leader in 3G and next-generation mobile technologies. The jury found that Qualcomm failed to [...]Read More »

Banys, P.C. representing Volkswagen and Audi owners

We are pleased to be protecting the rights of those who have been wronged by Volkswagen’s intentional misleading consumers and the government.  Cars implicated include diesel engine Volkswagens and Audis made in 2009 or later.  There is no clear plan for ‘remedy’ by Volkswagen as of yet. To ensure that your interests are protected, if you own a 2009 [...]Read More »

Banys, P.C. representing those injured by inferior vena cava (IVC) filters.

Banys, P.C. is currently representing many victims of mechanical blood filters, known as inferior vena cava Filters, or IVC Filters, especially those made by C.R. Bard, Inc. or Cook Group, Inc. and its subsidiaries. These devices can fracture, sending metal shards throughout the body, tilt or migrate or perforate the vena cava, potentially causing severe [...]Read More »