March 3, 2020 (New York) – Mauriel Kapouytian Woods LLP, a boutique intellectual property and technology law firm has expanded its practice with the addition of veteran lawyer Rory J. Radding
Mr. Radding joins MKW after many years of lead trial attorney experience in intellectual property matters at global law firms. He has litigated before many federal district courts as well as the United States International Trade Commission. Mr. Radding also has extensive experience advising clients on global intellectual property strategies and cross-border transaction matters.
Mr. Radding has litigated diverse patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret cases, acting for both plaintiffs and defendants, involving LED lighting and lighting systems, food and beverage, video gaming, print and online advertising, academia, biotech, artificial intelligence, cannabis, plastic manufacture, electrochemical devices, ring laser gyroscopes, avionics, medical devices, communications, pharmaceuticals, computer controllers, food equipment, anti-counterfeiting, data compression, impact sensors, bicycles, candy, wine, jewelry, personal consumer products, television commercials and vehicle tires, to name a few.
Prior to joining MKW, Mr. Radding was co-chair of Locke Lord’s ITC Practice Group and co-chair of its Trademark, Copyright and Advertising Practice Group. Before joining Locke Lord, he was head of the Intellectual Property practice in New York for Morrison & Foerster. Prior to that, he was a senior partner at Pennie & Edmonds, where he practiced for 30 years. Before the start of his legal career, Mr. Radding was a pharmaceutical chemist at Welcome Research Laboratory, and an environmental chemist at Union Carbide Corporation.
“After being in Big Law for many years, I sought a technology-focused firm providing clients with personalized service and small client teams. I was attracted to MKW’s quality of work, its growth trajectory, its focus on technology and intellectual property, and most of all, its people, many with whom I have worked for years at Morrison & Forester,” said Mr. Radding, “I look forward to leveraging my experience and contributing to the firm’s array of outstanding legal services.”“When we started MKW, we sought to create an innovative firm with lawyers who shared that vision. Many of us worked successfully with Rory at a prior firm, and we are excited to welcome him and his depth of experience, which will provide significant value to the firm, our clients and the industries we serve,” said Michael Mauriel, co-founding partner at Mauriel Kapouytian Woods LLP.
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From the start, we knew what we wanted to be — a total legal solution for the technology and intellectual property fields — from the people we hired to the services we offered.
Since then, lawyers from various prestigious firms have joined MKW in our common goal of more effectively and efficiently serving clients in the intellectual and technology sectors coast to coast from our offices in New York and San Francisco.
Our lawyers are among the best and brightest in the country. They have spent considerable time in the courtroom and they share our passion for trial work as well as our commitment to outstanding client service.
Our clients range from inventors and startups to Fortune 500 companies, major universities, and large health care organizations. We help domestic and international clients build and effectively manage intellectual property portfolios. We also help clients create business alliances and resolve disputes around the world, using our technological expertise to provide efficient client service in complex cases. When appropriate, our attorneys take disputes to trial or domestic and international arbitration.
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