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Robert W. Unikel (04/01/14)
Robert W. Unikel is a Partner in the Intellectual Property Department with a diverse practice that includes litigating patent, trade secrets and trademark cases in a variety of industries, including consumer products and brands, financial products and services, and medical devices. Rob was recently recognized as an “IP Star” by Managing IP Handbook 2013.
Michelle Marek (03/28/14)
Michelle Marek focuses her practice on patent, trademark and copyright litigation as well as intellectual property transactional work. Ms. Marek has participated in various aspects of electronic and written discovery. She has also assisted in the preparation for Markman hearings and in drafting substantive motions.
Wolfgang Leip (03/28/14)
Wolfgang Leip is a litigator and corporate counselor who represents clients across a wide variety of key business issues. His litigation experience includes: patent litigation at district, appellate, Federal Patent Court and Federal Supreme Court levels; intellectual property and trade secrets, ex-parte and cross-border injunctions; competition and international trade; complex commercial and banking litigation, multi-district and appellate; arbitration and alternative dispute resolution. He represents litigation clients in several industries including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, chemicals, automotive manufacturing, construction machinery, and the food industry.
Stephen C. Holmes, PhD (03/28/14)
Dr. Stephen C. Holmes focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation and international litigation, with an emphasis on patent litigation and technology-related disputes. He is a registered patent attorney licensed to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office, and has twenty years of experience litigating in the US, the UK and Europe, including significant trial experience and appellate practice.
Nicholas C. Friedman (03/28/14)
Nicholas Friedman is an Associate in Kaye Scholer’s Complex Commercial Litigation Department and a member of the Firm’s Life Sciences group. He represents clients in commercial, product liability and intellectual property litigation, with a particular focus on consolidated mass tort actions. Mr. Friedman has represented clients in all phases of litigation both in state and federal courts.
Sean M. Boyle, PhD (03/28/14)
Sean Boyle is an Associate in the Intellectual Property Department whose practice focuses on patent litigation and other complex civil litigation. Given his advanced background in the life sciences area, Sean has substantial experience litigating patent infringement cases relating to biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, ANDA challenges and medical devices. He has also litigated several computer software patent cases, as well as cases involving semiconductor manufacturing equipment and semiconductor packaging.
Tatiana N. Alyonycheva, Ph.D. (03/27/14)
Tatiana Alyonycheva focuses her practice on patent litigation and client counseling in matters involving chemical arts, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and polymorphs. She has been involved in all aspects of patent litigation enforcing US patent rights, including ANDA litigations.
Gerald Sobel (03/26/14)
Gerald Sobel has litigated and tried many complex cases in over 40 years of practice. His trials include landmark wins in cases of exceptional complexity and novel legal issues. By way of example, he represented Xerox in its win in the SCM v. Xerox case, including a year-long antitrust trial involving office copier technology in the District of Connecticut – the longest federal civil jury trial; was lead counsel for Xoma in its win on patent infringement against Centocor before a San Francisco jury – the longest biotech patent trial; and was lead counsel for Pfizer against the University of Rochester, in its win in the Celebrex® patent infringement case on summary judgment and then on appeal at the Federal Circuit.
Dr. Katharina Tasma (03/25/14)
Dr. Katharina Tasma is an Associate in the Intellectual Property practice group and focuses her practice on trademark, design, unfair competition and patent litigation. She represents national and international clients from several industries, including biotechnology, medical devices, pharmaceuticals and luxury goods. Dr. Tasma advises on the full spectrum of EU and German Intellectual Property Law, especially: