A savvy litigator, Isaac Crum has over a decade of experience representing major corporations in intellectual property litigations around the country.
Mr. Crum’s past experience at some of the country’s largest law firms has trained him in the “tricks” of big-ticket litigation and allows him to provide large firm sophistication at Arizona prices. Isaac’s legal experience and technical background, in computer engineering, has been leveraged by many of the country’s largest companies including Apple, GE, Cisco, Micron, On Semiconductor, and Jack Daniel’s. Mr. Crum has repeatedly been recognized as a “rising star” by the peer-reviewed Southwest Super Lawyers®.
- Represented ON Semiconductor in litigation involving patent correction.
- Represented the University of Arizona in a trademark dispute with
company creating products confusingly similar to the University’s
- Represented Jack Daniel’s in trademark infringement case against
company making Jack Daniel’s look-alike dog toys. Second-chair in
week long trial on trademark infringement and dilution where client prevailed on every claim.
- Represented Apple in patent infringement case involving 22 patents
covering cell phone technology.
Quarles & Brady, Phoenix, AZ (2014-2018)
Weil Gotshal & Manges, Washington, D.C. (2011-2013)
McDermott Will & Emery, Washington, D.C. (2008-2011)
Baseless Infringement Allegations (by an NPE) Warrants ‘Exceptional’ Case, McDermott Will & Emery IP Update, Vol. 14, No. 8, August 2011 (republished by National Law Review, September 8, 2011).
Common sense Variation Is Unpatentable, McDermott Will & Emery IP Update, Vol. 14, No. 5, May 2011 (republished by National Law Review, June 12, 2011).
Claim Construction: Too Much Structure Will Spoil the Brew, McDermott Will & Emery IP Update, Vol. 14, No. 4, April 2011 (republished by National Law Review, May 6, 2011).
Honors & Awards
- Southwest Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2015-2018