- Defending IBM as a third-party intervenor in patent infringement suits before the United States Court of Federal Claims against the federal government, regarding computer systems for providing disaster warnings.
- Represented AMAG Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in a patent infringement litigation filed by AMAG against Sandoz Inc. regarding Sandoz’s application to market a generic version of AMAG’s IV iron supplement, Feraheme® (ferumoxytol).
- Represented Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. in a patent infringement litigation, including a jury trial, filed by GlaxoSmithKline regarding Teva’s marketing of a generic version of GSK’s heart failure treatment Coreg® (carvedilol).
- Represented Lupin Ltd. in a patent infringement litigation, including a trial, filed by Senju Pharaceutical Co. and Bausch & Lomb, Inc. regarding Lupin’s application to market a generic version of Senju’s anti-inflammatory ophthalmic solution Prolensa® (bromfenac ophthalmic solution).
- Represented Actavis Laboraties FL, Inc. in a patent infringement litigation, including a trial and successful appeal, filed by Bayer Pharma AG regarding Actavis’s application to market a generic version of Bayer’s erectile dysfunction treatment Staxyn® (vardenafil orally dissolving tablet).
- Represented Glenmark Pharmaceuticals in patent infringement litigation, including trial and appeal to the Federal Circuit, filed by Intendis GmbH and Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, Inc. regarding Glenmark’s application to market a generic version of Bayer’s topical rosacea treatment, Finacea® (azelaic acid).
Prior to attending law school, Mr. deLacy was a science teacher at Bronx High School of Science, where he taught physics, chemistry and electrical engineering classes for over 120 students from grades 10 - 12.
During his time at Fordham University School of Law, Mr. deLacy participated in the Samuelson-Glushko Intellectual Property and Information Law clinic where he served primarily indigent clients regarding their intellectual property matters. At the clinic, Mr. deLacy authored a utility patent application for a mechanical technology and advised other clients on the prosecution of their existing applications and on the patentability of their inventions.
Mr. deLacy has assisted clients in pro bono matters, including representation of minors in immigration case and environmental conservation groups in actions brought under the Endangered Species Act.