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Nosson Knobloch is a trial lawyer who enjoys working on technically complex matters. Nosson’s professional accomplishments include an eight-figure jury verdict in a patent trial against Eli Lilly and a nine-figure jury verdict in a patent trial against Roche. Most recently, Nosson delivered closing arguments in a patent trial against Verizon. After fewer than three hours of deliberation, the jury awarded Nosson’s client its full damages ask of $847,000,000.

Nosson lives in Denver with his wife and their two daughters.

Cases Tried or Otherwise Taken to Judgment

General Access v. Verizon (E.D. Tex 2024)
Trial counsel in a patent infringement case against Verizon in Marshall, Texas. After a week-long trial, the jury found that Verizon infringed both of General Access’s asserted patents and awarded $847,000,000 in damages. 

Meso Scale v. Roche Diagnostics (D. Del. 2019)
Trial counsel in a patent infringement case for Meso Scale Diagnostics, LLC. After a six-day trial and fewer than two hours of deliberation, the jury returned a verdict for Meso Scale, awarding damages of $137,250,000. The victory was recognized by Law360 available here.

Luckett v. Dart (N.D. Ill. 2018)
Trial counsel for Cook County Sheriff Thomas Dart in a federal jury trial concerning an Americans with Disabilities Act claim involving the Cook County Jail. After a four-day trial, the jury returned a complete defense verdict for Sheriff Dart.

UroPep v. Eli Lilly (E.D. Tex. 2016-2017)
Trial and appellate counsel for UroPep, securing a plaintiff verdict in a patent infringement jury trial concerning Eli Lilly's sales of Cialis to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). The jury determined Eli Lilly infringed UroPep's patent, rejected all of Eli Lilly's invalidity defenses, and awarded $20 million in damages. Click here to read more about the trial victory; click here and here to read about the court's denial of Eli Lilly's post-trial motions.

A Pty, Ltd. v. Amazon.com, Inc. (W.D. Tex. 2015-2016)
Trial and appellate counsel for Amazon in patent infringement lawsuit. Obtained judgment of invalidity under 35 U.S.C. § 101. Plaintiff voluntarily withdrew appeal after Amazon filed its response brief. 

ICU Medical v. RyMed Technologies (D. Del., 2009-2013)
Trial counsel for RyMed in patent lawsuit in two trials in Delaware. The first trial had mixed results, and an inconsistent verdict on a key infringement issue. In the second trial, the jury found in favor of RyMed.

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Pioneer Hi-Bred International v. Agrigenetics, Inc. (S.D. Ind., 2009-2011)
Trial counsel for Pioneer in a dispute with Agrigenetics and its parent Dow AgroSciences concerning the marketing of Pioneer seed genetics through particular distribution channels. Case settled during trial.

ICE Corporation v. Hamilton Sundstrand Corporation et al. (10th Cir., 2010-2011)
Counsel for Hamilton Sundstrand and Ratier-Figeac in appeal of adverse jury verdict on a misappropriation of trade secrets claim under Kansas law. Successfully obtained reversal of $9 million punitive damages award. 

Current Representations

General Access v. T-Mobile (E.D. Tex.)
Trial counsel for General Access in a patent infringement case about cellular base station technology.

Viasat v. Western Digital & Kioxia (W.D. Tex) Trial counsel for Viasat in patent infringement cases related to Western Digital’s and Kioxia’s flash memory products.

Nigel Eccles v. Shamrock Capital Advisors (State Court, New York) Trial counsel for FanDuel founders and more than 120 former employees and angel investors in lawsuit against late-stage private equity investors and six of the seven former members of the board of directors of FanDuel.

Other Representative Cases

University of Minnesota v. Gilead Sciences (D. Minn.)
Defended Gilead against a patent infringement lawsuit brought by the University of Minnesota relating to Gilead's hepatitis C drugs containing sofosbuvir. 

JDS Technologies, Inc. v. Exacq Technologies, Inc. (E.D. Mich.)
Defended Exacq Technologies, a subsidiary of Johnson Controls, against a patent infringement lawsuit in Michigan. The patents at issue relate to video monitoring technology.

Massachusetts Mutual Life Ins. Co. Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities Litigation (D. Mass.)
Represented MassMutual in its action under the Massachusetts Uniform Securities Act against RBS arising from RBS's sales of residential mortgage-backed securities to MassMutual.

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Alliant Techsystems, Inc. v. Spirit AeroSystems, Inc. (Utah State Court, 2013-2015)
Trial counsel for Spirit in contract dispute with ATK concerning components that ATK manufactures for the center fuselage of Airbus's A350 jetliner. 

Tessera Semiconductor Patent Litigation (E.D. Tex. and N.D. Cal., 2012-2015)
Trial counsel for Tessera enforcing groundbreaking patents related to semiconductor operation. Cases pending in Marshall, Texas and Oakland, California against numerous defendants. Settled claims against Spansion for $25 million and with STATS Chippac, Siliconware, AMD, ChipMOS, Freescale, ST, and ASE for confidential amounts. 

Taylor v. Smith & Nephew, Inc.
Represented medical device and therapy provider Smith & Nephew in a complex multi-contract dispute over patent infringement and royalty obligations for numerous orthopedic repair and reconstruction devices marketed by Smith & Nephew. The disputed technology includes patented products and technology for internally and externally fixating complex bone fractures. Settled favorably. 

Trover Group, Inc. v. Tyco International, et al. (E.D. Tex., 2013-2014)
Trial counsel for Tyco and ADT in patent infringement lawsuit relating to video surveillance technology. 

Education & Honors

The University of Chicago Law School, 2008, J.D., with Honors

Topic Access Editor, The University of Chicago Law Review

Ann Watson Barber Outstanding Service Award

Law School Academic Counselor

Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Constitutional Law, Professor Gerald Rosenberg

DePaul University, 2005, B.A., International Studies, with Highest Honors

Yeshivat Har Etzion, Alon Shevut, Israel, 1997-1998

Studied Jewish legal and religious texts in their original languages


  • Honorable David M. Ebel, United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, 2008-2009 


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