Aaron Grunberger joined Kenyon & Kenyon LLP as a summer associate in 2002 and is currently a counsel in the New York office. He focuses his practice on patent prosecution with a focus on business method patents and is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. His experience spans many different industries, including financial systems, computer interface, reconfigurable processors, computer wagering, and advertisement servers. Mr. Grunberger is coauthor of articles of interest to his practice, including most recently: “IP Topics - Post-Issuance Experimentation as Evidence,” July 2005, and “IP Topics - Post-Issuance Experimentation as Evidence of Unexpected Results,” June 2004.
He earned his B.S. in Computer Science from Touro College and his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law. While working on his undergraduate degree, Mr. Grunberger performed work related to database programming and served as president of the Touro Chapter of the ACM. At Fordham University, Mr. Grunberger completed courses with an intense concentration in intellectual property law.