New York, May 19, 2011 - Kenyon & Kenyon LLP has been selected as one of the top firms in the United States for patent litigation by IAM Patent Litigation 250 - The World's Leading Patent Litigators. Kenyon Partner Richard L. DeLucia was recognized by the publication as one of the leading patent litigators in the US and "acclaimed as 'a talented trial lawyer who, without a doubt, always does a fantastic job at representing his clients.'" Kenyon partner Marcia H. Sundeen was selected by the publication as one of the leading lawyers in the US litigating before the US International Trade Commission and described as "'an admirable lawyer who knows just how to turn out a solid legal argument.'" Ms. Sundeen was also selected by the publication as a leading patent litigator in the Washington, DC metro area.
Kenyon was also selected by IAM Patent Litigation 250 as a top patent litigation firm in New York, with particular recognition given to the firm's litigators, who were described as "adept at handling cases across a broad range of industries and particularly quick to get to grips with new and complex technology." Specifically, Kenyon partners Richard L. DeLucia, Steven J. Lee, Ph.D. and Charles A. Weiss were selected as top patent litigators in New York generally and New York life sciences. Steven J. Lee, Ph.D. was "singled out for praise in the pharmaceutical sector, where he is known as "a solid performer in generic drug litigation.'" Charles A. Weiss was described as "'an articulate, technically astute lawyer with a good, instinctual feel for patent litigation.'"
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 Silicon Valley.