Cameron M. Nelson focuses his practice on patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret litigation. Cameron has trial experience in each of these areas in a number of forums, including U.S. District Courts and the International Trade Commission, as well as related appeals before the Seventh Circuit and Federal Circuit.
Cameron’s patent litigation experience encompasses a wide array of technologies, including consumer electronics, chemical manufacturing, digital communications and digital signal processing. In copyright litigation, he has asserted copyright claims on behalf of a number of clients, including jury trials, and has also defended copyright claims. In trademark litigation, Cameron has deep knowledge and experience in pursuing anti-counterfeiting litigation, and has conducted dozens of counterfeiting seizures alongside non-litigation anti-counterfeiting strategies. He also has wide-ranging knowledge regarding the use of computer forensics, which he uses in anti-counterfeiting investigations as well as employee theft and trade secret theft investigations. Cameron is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and has experience in prosecuting patent and trademark applications, as well as with adversarial proceedings before the USPTO, such as trademark oppositions and inter partes reexaminations. Cameron also has experience with intellectual property licensing transactions.