NEW YORK, June 3, 2009 – The intellectual property law firm Kenyon & Kenyon LLP today announced that Megan Whyman Olesek, who specializes in technology litigation, has joined the firm’s San Jose, California office as a partner.
Prior to joining Kenyon & Kenyon, Olesek was a partner at DLA Piper and its predecessor firm, Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich.
Richard S. Gresalfi, managing partner of Kenyon & Kenyon, said:
“Megan Olesek comes to Kenyon & Kenyon with extensive knowledge of technology issues and legal skills that will complement our Silicon Valley office and the entire firm.”
Olesek, an experienced trial attorney both in district courts and before the International Trade Commission, has successfully represented clients in patent infringement cases involving voice response technology, semiconductor fabrication, server systems, hotkey functionality in notebook computers and online security systems, among many others.
In addition to patent infringement cases, Olesek has litigated trade secret misappropriation, trademark, copyright and commercial actions.
She has experience in all aspects of litigation practice, including pre-litigation counseling and appeals.
Olesek is a graduate of the University of California, Davis School of Law.
About Kenyon & Kenyon LLP
Kenyon & Kenyon is consistently ranked by peers and in-house counsel as one of the top firms for intellectual property law. Since its founding in 1879, the firm has provided its worldwide clientele with litigation, prosecution, licensing and counseling services. Large and small enterprises and individuals choose Kenyon to design and implement intellectual property strategies when it matters most. The firm has offices in New York, Washington, DC, and the Silicon Valley.