Mr. Doskocil has recently represented Applied Materials, United Technologies, Compaq and IBM in patent and other intellectual property litigation matters. Some of his representations include:
- Applied Materials in several intellectual property cases in Asia, including patent infringement, antitrust, and criminal cases in Taiwan and Korea, and invalidity actions and related appeals in Japan
- Vicor, which enforced its patent portfolio against competitors in the power convector industry. Mr. Doskocil led a team of Goodwin Procter attorneys and other outside counsel and obtained an unusual remedy of a $20 million attachment against one of Vicor’s competitors
- Applied Materials in several patent infringement cases involving semiconductor fabrication equipment
Mr. Doskocil also provides advice to clients in pre-litigation matters, such infringement investigations, long-term intellectual property enforcement strategies and tactics for avoiding litigation.
Mr. Doskocil co-chairs the Litigation Committee of the Boston Patent Law Association, and is an active member of the Sigma Xi Research Society, the American Intellectual Property Association's Practice in the Far East Committee and the Association of Old Crows. He was a founding member of the Boston College Intellectual Property Inns of Court.
Mr. Doskocil leads a team of Goodwin attorneys who represent several unaccompanied minor aliens in the United States in their efforts to obtain legal residence, work that has resulted in Mr. Doskocil’s receipt of the “KIND Pro Bono Attorney of the Month” award and Goodwin’s receipt of the “LSS Leadership Award.” As part of his work in this area, Mr. Doskocil has co-presented several CLE courses to instruct attorneys on the legal framework and strategies for successfully representing unaccompanied minors.
Within his firm, Mr. Doskocil trains new and mid-level attorneys about patent invalidity strategies, claim construction proceedings and deposition skills.
Prior to joining Goodwin, Mr. Doskocil was an associate at Wolf, Greenfield and Sacks as a patent prosecutor and litigator. Before that role, Mr. Doskocil spent 11 years at Martin Marietta Automated Systems Department, formerly GE and RCA, most recently in the position of department manager of systems engineering and technology development. His responsibilities included developing and managing an entire multimillion-dollar departmental R&D program, as well as planning associated new business development activities. The R&D program included several advanced processing and software initiatives, as well as commercial ventures that were spin-offs of defense technology.
Mr. Doskocil's technical expertise includes systems architecture design, requirements synthesis, digital/analog/rf hardware design, semiconductor manufacturing, solar cell and LCD panel manufacturing, Ada/Pascal/Assembler software design and weapon systems integration and testing. This experience has been applied to ground, air and space systems for the Department of Defense, NASA and the Department of Transportation. Mr. Doskocil holds a U.S. patent in the field of diagnostics by confidence measure assessment.