Represented a research and development (R&D) lab that had invented the key component of a medical diagnostic device. When the R&D lab discovered that its licensee, the manufacturer of the device, was using questionable accounting methods to reduce royalties, the lab sued to recover the unpaid royalties. Our client was awarded approximately $11 million in unpaid royalties, attorneys' fees, and interest. The First Circuit Court of Appeals upheld this award. See Cytyc Corp. v. DEKA Products Limited Partnership, 439 F.2d 27 (1st Cir. 2006).