Michael P. Dunnam

Michael Dunnam is a registered patent attorney, and his professional focus includes management of intellectual property matters for foreign and […]
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Jeff B. Vockrodt

Jeff Vockrodt represents both patent owners and challengers in disputes involving a wide range of technologies, including additive manufacturing, semiconductors, […]
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David P. Hendel

David’s legal career began as an Honors Attorney with the U.S. Postal Service General Counsel’s office, where he reviewed contracts, […]
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Orlando Lopez, Ph.D.

Dr. Orlando Lopez concentrates on helping his clients, which range from individual inventors to large multinational corporations and universities, identify […]
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Anna Brook

Anna Brook is an intellectual property attorney focusing on patent litigation and counseling. As a litigator, Anna represents clients in […]
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Scott D. Greenberg

Scott D. Greenberg is a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Group where his practice focuses on trademark, copyright, and […]
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Lawrence T. Kass

Larry Kass is a partner in the firm’s New York office where his practice covers all aspects of intellectual property, […]
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Robert C. Klinger

Bob Klinger’s intellectual property practice is marked by a dedication to integrity and an unwavering commitment to each client’s specific […]
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Kevin Grierson

Mr. Grierson is admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and maintains a national practice focused on trademark […]
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