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Clinton J. Dockery
Lawyer
New York
800 Third Avenue
New York, New York 10022
+1 212 488 1275
New York
800 Third Avenue
New York, New York 10022
+1 212 488 1275

Clinton Dockery represents clients in cross-border disputes and arbitrations. He has advised in complex commercial disputes related to anti-competition, financial products, contracts, debtor-creditor disputes and product liability.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Dockery served as senior policy advisor to a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Admissions

  • New York
  • U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York

Education

  • University of Virginia School of Law, JD
  • Yale University, BA

Select Engagements

  • Representation of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), the Australian government’s science agency and the inventor of the core technology underlying the IEEE 802.11a, g, n and ac wireless LAN standards, commonly known as Wi-Fi. The litigation ranks among the most successful recent efforts to enforce a single patent, resulting in payments to CSIRO totaling $400 million+. In commending CSIRO’s inventors, the European Patent Office lauded the litigation as “a tremendous success,” stating that “only a few universities around the world are able to successfully commercialize their R&D by patenting their technologies, in particular to the scale of several hundred million dollars. One such exception is CSIRO.”
  • Representation of American Renal Associates, a publicly traded nationwide dialysis provider, in a suit by United Healthcare, the nation’s largest insurer, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida related to allegations of a fraudulent scheme to improperly enroll patients on United’s insurance policies and submit inflated bills for dialysis treatments provided in Florida and Ohio clinics.
  • On behalf of an investment bank, filed a lawsuit against KPMG, alleging that KPMG was suspected of violating the loan contract and collective bargaining agreement and causing adverse auditing effects.
  • The main plaintiff representing a class action lawsuit alleged that credit default swap dealers conspiring to restrict competition and eventually reached a $1.9 billion class action settlement.
  • Represented a global asset management company dealing with contractual disputes with a US state-owned agency.
  • Represented a multinational insurance company in processing fraud and securities claims related to mortgage-backed securities investments.
  • Represented the consulting company in handling disputes with a Chinese state-owned enterprise.
 

Credentials

Admissions

  • New York
  • U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York

Education

  • University of Virginia School of Law, JD
  • Yale University, BA

Engagements

  • Representation of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), the Australian government’s science agency and the inventor of the core technology underlying the IEEE 802.11a, g, n and ac wireless LAN standards, commonly known as Wi-Fi. The litigation ranks among the most successful recent efforts to enforce a single patent, resulting in payments to CSIRO totaling $400 million+. In commending CSIRO’s inventors, the European Patent Office lauded the litigation as “a tremendous success,” stating that “only a few universities around the world are able to successfully commercialize their R&D by patenting their technologies, in particular to the scale of several hundred million dollars. One such exception is CSIRO.”
  • Representation of American Renal Associates, a publicly traded nationwide dialysis provider, in a suit by United Healthcare, the nation’s largest insurer, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida related to allegations of a fraudulent scheme to improperly enroll patients on United’s insurance policies and submit inflated bills for dialysis treatments provided in Florida and Ohio clinics.
  • On behalf of an investment bank, filed a lawsuit against KPMG, alleging that KPMG was suspected of violating the loan contract and collective bargaining agreement and causing adverse auditing effects.
  • The main plaintiff representing a class action lawsuit alleged that credit default swap dealers conspiring to restrict competition and eventually reached a $1.9 billion class action settlement.
  • Represented a global asset management company dealing with contractual disputes with a US state-owned agency.
  • Represented a multinational insurance company in processing fraud and securities claims related to mortgage-backed securities investments.
  • Represented the consulting company in handling disputes with a Chinese state-owned enterprise.