Kenyon & Kenyon

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Main Office: New York
Participating Offices: New York; Washington, D.C.
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Firm News

Court Sides With Wilmer, Kenyon & Kenyon in Intel Chip Patent RowLaw.comThe ruling is a win for Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, which represented Intel and HP, and Kenyon & Kenyon, which represented Apple. Wilmer partner William Lee argued the case at the Federal Circuit, squaring off against X2Y counsel John Haynes ...and more »
Apple, Samsung Top Filers Of AIA Review PetitionsLaw360 (subscription)Kenyon & Kenyon's list of the top filers of AIA petitions is a follow-up to a list it compiled last month of the companies whose patents have been targeted most often in AIA reviews. Zond Inc., which has aggressively asserted its patents, took the top …and more »
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From Opera Singer to Law StudentNews from RutgersShe began working as a legal secretary at Kenyon & Kenyon LLP in New York City, which specializes in intellectual property – and she loved it. She spent three more years with the firm after beginning Rutgers School of Law-Newark, attending classes at …
What To Expect From Growing AIA Patent ChallengesLaw360 (subscription)Moreover, in an analysis by intellectual property law firm Kenyon & Kenyon LLP, for all proceedings that advanced to final determination, only 13 percent of the patent claims survived in IPR proceedings, and no claims have survived in CBM proceedings.and more »
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