Alessandra Carcaterra represents firm clients in intellectual property disputes and transactions. She is currently involved in an International Trade Commission investigation in which Kenyon filed a complaint on behalf of its client against several wiper blade manufacturers and retailers for infringing nine patents relating to beam-type wiper blades.
Prior to joining Kenyon, Ms. Carcaterra was an intern in the narcotics bureau of the Bronx District Attorney’s office, during which she drafted motions and memoranda, and attended court parts.
While pursuing her B.S. in Biochemistry at Northeastern University, Ms. Carcaterra was a Quality Control Analysis intern at Massachusetts Biologics Laboratory. Here she ensured compliance with Federal and State laboratory regulations, performed various protein assays and water chemical analyses and performed lab management duties including chemical waste control.
Ms. Carcaterra earned her J.D. from Fordham University School of Law where she was part of the Latin American Law Association and served on the staff of the Journal of Corporate and Financial Law. Ms. Carcaterra was also active in the Brendan Moore Trial Advocacy Center for which she competed in four trial competitions.