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Thomas A. Smart (05/13/13)
Thomas A. Smart has litigated a wide variety of false advertising, consumer fraud, trademark, trade dress, counterfeiting, cybersquatting and copyright cases while in Kaye Scholer’s Trademark, Copyright and False Advertising group.
Aton Arbisser (05/08/13)
Aton Arbisser is the Co-Chair of the Litigation Department of Kaye Scholer’s Los Angeles office and part of the firm’s Antitrust and Product Liability groups.
Fredric W. Yerman (05/06/13)
Fredric Yerman is Special Counsel in the New York office of Kaye Scholer. He has been a Partner of the firm since 1975 and, formerly, served as Chairman of the firm's Executive Committee. Mr. Yerman concentrates his practice in Litigation and is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
Paul C. Llewellyn (03/08/13)
Paul Llewellyn, Co-Head of the firm’s Trademark, Copyright and False Advertising Group, has extensive experience in intellectual property related matters, including trademark infringement, trademark counterfeiting, licensing, copyright, design patent, false advertising and consumer fraud litigation. Paul also has substantial experience in trademark clearance and registration, transnational trademark enforcement and protection, intellectual property licensing, trade secret protection, defamation and right of publicity matters, as well as intellectual property due diligence arising from corporate transactions.
Richard A. De Sevo (02/15/13)
Richard A. De Sevo has extensive litigation, class action and counseling experience in trademark, trade dress, false advertising, consumer fraud and copyright matters.
Robert W. Unikel (08/28/12)
Robert W. Unikel has tried patent and trade secret cases involving such varied products as thin film transistors, LCD panels, vascular stents, compiling computer software, office products, baby strollers, minicell vaccines, anti-aging cosmetics and casement window operators, and such diverse business methods as a method for implementing consumer rewards programs, a method for configuring products through an electronic interface, and a method for automatically executing securities and derivatives trades. Additionally, Robert has unique experience in successfully defending against claims of false patent marking under 35 U.S.C. §292. He has managed disputes involving various well-known trademarks and has litigated numerous trade dress matters implicating product and packaging designs and non-traditional source indicators (including color and scent).