Stephen Guzzi joined Kenyon & Kenyon in 2006 as a patent agent and legal intern, and is based in the New York office.
Mr. Guzzi’s technological expertise relates primarily to the fields of analog and digital integrated circuit design. As a practicing engineer, prior to entering the legal field, he developed integrated circuits and electronic systems for leading technology companies. At Maxim Integrated Products, for example, Mr. Guzzi designed several families of low-power operational amplifiers at the 1 and 10 MHz bandwidth nodes in a hybrid bipolar-CMOS process. At Standard Motor Products, he developed aftermarket automotive ignition modules.
Prior to joining Kenyon, Mr. Guzzi also practiced as a patent agent at law firms in San Francisco and New Jersey. Over the years, he has prosecuted numerous patent applications at all stages of the application process.
Mr. Guzzi also provides technology analysis in the context invalidity, non-infringement and freedom-to-operate opinions, patent portfolio review, product review, negotiations, claim construction, and case strategy.