Birdwell & Janke, LLP has considerable experience in intellectual property dispute resolution, including litigation in state and federal courts. Mr. Birdwell has been litigating intellectual property matters over twenty-five years and has tried both jury and bench trials. Mr. Birdwell has litigated patent infringement cases involving such diverse topics as process control, computer algorithims, mechanical machinery, electrical cardiac stimulation, nutraceuticals, and remote optical sensing. Some notable cases for which he has had responsibility are Kockums Industries Ltd. v. Salem Equipment, Inc., 561 F.Supp. 168 (D.Or.1983); Sun Studs, Inc. v. Applied Theory Associates, Inc., 772 F.2d 1557 (Fed.Cir.1985); Sun Studs, Inc. v. ATA Equipment Leasing, inc., 655 F.Supp. 1013 (D.Or.1989); reh'g den., sug. for reh'g en banc accepted, 882 F.2d 1583 (Fed.Cir.1989); reh'g declined, opin. reinstated, 892 F.2d 73 (Fed.Cir.1989); John P. Jaqua v. Nike, Inc., 125 Or.App 294 (1993).