MCLE Webinar: The Kodak Moment: What Happens to My IP Rights When My Licensee/Licensor/Litigation Opponent Files for Bankruptcy?

Past Event - Video Available | April.11.2012

Webinar

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Practice:

  • Restructuring
  • Bankruptcy Litigation
  • Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Jonathan Guy Senior Counsel Restructuring, Bankruptcy Litigation

Washington, D.C.

Jonathan Guy has extensive experience as lead counsel in complex commercial litigation matters in trial and appellate courts throughout the United States. He has represented clients in numerous industries, including finance, commodity trading, energy, real estate, telecommunications, manufacturing and health care.

Chambers USA has variously described Mr. Guy as someone who is a "zealous advocate for his clients," is "valued for his quick and practical advice," "makes fantastically impressive presentations in court," is able to "listen to a large amount of information" in court and "reduce an argument to its essence," and is an "expert in commercial and bankruptcy-related litigation."

Mr. Guy is consistently ranked in Chambers USA as a leading lawyer for Bankruptcy/Restructuring in Washington, D.C., and in the Thomson Reuters Washington, D.C., Super Lawyers category for business litigation.  He is the Chair of the Community Responsibility Committee for the Washington, D.C., office and has long been active in numerous pro bono cases.

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Practice:

  • Intellectual Property

Sten Jensen Partner Intellectual Property

Washington, D.C.

Whether handling an ITC trial, or serving as Co-Chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property group, Sten Jensen brings exceptional focus and precise execution to his work. 

Sten routinely guides clients such as FUJIFILM and Panasonic through the minefields of the ITC. Sten also has long-standing relationships with attorneys in the ITC’s Office of Unfair Import Investigations, developed when he served on the Executive Committee of the ITC Trial Lawyers' Association. Sten’s credibility with this group, combined with his thorough knowledge of the ITC’s speed and complexity, gives his clients a distinct advantage.

Sten has also represented clients in more than 50 federal patent cases, including cases in the top five venues for patent infringement filings. He has particular expertise in Delaware, where he served as a judicial clerk for former District Court Judge Roderick McKelvie. Sten has defended numerous corporations against claims filed by aggressive patent trolls, and his cases have protected a wide range of technologies, including integrated circuits, semiconductors, optical disk drives, digital cameras, printers, and other consumer electronics products.

Sten has frequently lectured on intellectual property issues facing companies in the United States, Japan, and Taiwan. He is widely praised by clients for his dedication, knowledge, and skill in guiding them through discovery, merits, and settlement issues.