Kenyon & Kenyon LLP’s Washington, DC office, opened in 1983, is conveniently located in the heart of the Central Business District of the Nation's Capital in the historic Southern Railway Building. It is just minutes away from the Patent and Trademark Office, and walking distance to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC), the International Trade Commission and most other government agencies. It is two blocks from the White House, convenient to the Metro subway system, and has easy access to museums and monuments, cultural events, sports and entertainment attractions, Union Station and three major airports.
The Washington office has become a major legal force in its own right. Kenyon ranks among the 100 largest firms in Washington. The breadth of capability provided by our nearly 50 attorneys in the Washington office mirrors the firm as a whole, enabling it to serve the needs of our clients in all areas of intellectual property, from patents and trade secrets, to copyrights, trademarks, false advertising, and unfair trade and business practices. The office boasts attorneys with advanced degrees and substantial practical experience in a wide variety of technical disciplines, including electrical, chemical, mechanical and civil engineering, computer science, and biotechnology who can expertly handle all aspects of patent prosecution, licensing and litigation. The office also has highly experienced attorneys specializing in trademark, unfair competition and copyright law who guide clients in acquiring, protecting, licensing and enforcing their intellectual property.