Register | Login
Intellectual Property Today
RFC Express - Document Management System
2010 Top Trademark Firms
2010 Top Patent Firms
Current Issue

Advertising Opportunities

Click Here

Email A Friend Back to Archived News


Rueh Joins DLA Piperís Intellectual Property Practice in New York


Friday, April 25, 2008

Latest Addition Bolsters Growing IP Practice in Key Market

New York, NY -- DLA Piper announced today that Mark Rueh has joined the firm as a partner in its Intellectual Property practice in New York. Rueh is the second partner to join DLA Piper’s IP practice in New York this month, following Drew Wintringham’s move to the firm on April 8.

Rueh focuses his practice on patent litigation and has significant experience litigating trademark, copyright, software, trade secret and breach of contract claims. He counsels and advises clients on all other aspects of traditional intellectual property including patent infringement, intellectual property rights and licensing, and has provided counsel to clients in a broad range of industries, including the medical device, software and automotive industries, among others.

"Mark is a seasoned and experienced patent litigator, having advised clients on the most sensitive, high-stakes patent and IP litigation matters involving medical device, software and automotive technologies," said John Allcock, chair of the U.S. Intellectual Property group. "His success in patent infringement and patent prosecution suits, combined with his knowledge and capabilities as a global IP counselor complements our existing strong team of patent litigators and intellectual property practitioners."

"I’ve worked with Mark for several years and have tremendous respect for his skills and intellect," said Drew Wintringham, head of the IP Practice in the New York office. "Mark is a great lawyer and a real team player, and his addition is a boost to our growing IP team in New York."

Rueh earned a B.S. from the University of Michigan in Electrical Engineering and a J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law.

About DLA Piper’s Intellectual Property Practice

Mark Rueh’s arrival represents the latest move in the continued expansion of DLA Piper’s New York Intellectual Property practice, coming shortly after Drew Wintringham, former head of the Americas Intellectual Property group at Clifford Chance, joined the firm as head of the Intellectual Property practice in New York.

DLA Piper’s Intellectual Property practice offers clients comprehensive IP services, including patent, trademark and copyright litigation, patent prosecution, IP due diligence and strategic IP asset management. The firm has more than 425 IP attorneys globally and 220 IP attorneys in the U.S., which ranks the group among the largest IP practices in the world. DLA Piper’s Patent Litigation practice in the U.S. alone includes more than 80 lawyers. The firm has handled more than 150 patent cases in U.S. district courts and the ITC over the past three years.

About DLA Piper (www.dlapiper.com)

DLA Piper has 3,700 lawyers in 25 countries and 64 offices throughout the U.S., U.K., Continental Europe, Middle East and Asia. It has leading practices in corporate, finance, human resources, litigation, real estate, regulatory and legislative, tax, and technology, media and communications. Former Senate Majority Leader George J. Mitchell is chairman of DLA Piper. In certain jurisdictions, this information may be considered attorney advertising.



Back to Archived News
Looking for...

  © Copyright 2010 Intellectual Property Today
Download Adobe Reader for free