Biography

Kevin’s practice centers on foreign and domestic patent prosecution, including client counseling and opinion work. He also has experience in patent litigation.

Focused primarily on chemical and mechanical arts, Kevin’s practice has a particular emphasis on steel compositions and production processes, organic light emitting devices, optoelectronic devices, paints and coatings, dialysis devices and solutions, textile woven and knit fabrics, organometallic chemistry, oral dosage formulations and diagnostic methods. His patent litigation experience has been in the field of medical devices.

Before Fox Rothschild

Prior to joining Fox, Kevin was an attorney at a boutique intellectual property law firm.

In law school, Kevin was an associate editor at The Georgetown Law Journal and became a member of The Order of the Coif.

Prior to attending law school, Kevin worked for three years as a chemical engineer for Lockheed Martin in the Steam Generators/Steam Plant Chemistry unit of Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory, one of two national laboratories responsible for the design and maintenance of nuclear propulsion systems for the U.S. Naval nuclear fleet.