Mr. Kasnevich focuses his practice on patent litigation in the pharmaceutical and electrical arts before federal courts and the International Trade Commission. He is also involved in patent and trademark prosecution and counseling, and his work includes patent reexamination proceedings in various technologies, including video analytics and image processing, LED lighting, non-imaging optics, and automotive electronics. Prior to joining Kenyon & Kenyon, Mr. Kasnevich worked as a patent agent at an intellectual property law firm, prosecuting patent applications involving semiconductor structure and fabrication, LED and LCD display devices, software, and medical devices, and as an operations research analyst for a defense contractor, focusing on cost estimation and risk analysis.
Mr. Kasnevich received his J.D. from the George Mason University School of Law, specializing in intellectual property, and served as an editor of The Journal of Law, Economics and Policy. Mr. Kasnevich received his B.S.E. in Chemical Engineering and B.S. in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh, where he was a member of the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society and the Omega Chi Epsilon chemical engineering honor society.