Mark Chapman is a partner in the New York office. Mark’s practice focuses on representing domestic and foreign high-technology clients in patent infringement and related litigation, but also includes opinions, licensing and transactions. Mark has experience with all phases of patent infringement litigation, including fact and expert discovery, Markman and motion practice, trial and appeal, as well as ITC proceedings. Mark also has experience with both inter partes and ex parte patent office reexamination proceedings. Mark has also coordinated and supported foreign patent litigation and related patent office proceedings, including trials and appeals, with local counsel in Canada, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, France and Italy.
Mark’s technical background is in engineering physics and his patent experience has involved a wide variety of technologies, including 3D imaging, automotive acceleration sensors, Blu-ray and DVD players, stents, dental floss, endodontic instruments, GPS navigation, high-throughput experimentation, check imaging, industrial combustion burners, interactive lottery technology, mass spectrometers, optical fiber, telecommunications, video surveillance, and wrist-watch designs.
Prior to joining Kenyon & Kenyon, Mark practiced transactional corporate and securities law at a top New York law firm. Prior to that, Mark served as a law clerk to the Honorable Mr. Justice John C. Major of the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa. Mark also worked as an articling student at top corporate and intellectual property law firms in Toronto after graduating from McGill law school in Montreal.