Dennis C. Bremer | Alan G. Carlson | Matthew J. GogginJ. Derek Vandenburgh | Joseph W. Winkels

Carlson Caspers represented Spectralytics, Inc. against Cordis Corporation and its supplier Norman Noble in a three-week infringement trial involving a Spectralytics patent on a method of making cardiovascular stents with a laser. In this real life David and Goliath battle, Spectralytics, a small laser shop in Dassel, Minnesota, defeated industry colossus Cordis Corporation and won a jury verdict of $22.35 million in damages for patent infringement. The Carlson Caspers team that engineered this outcome included Alan G. Carlson, Matthew J. Goggin, Dennis C. Bremer and Joseph W. Winkels.  District of Minnesota (2009).