3D Printshow New York

Seminar | April.16.2015 - April.19.2015

Center548: 548 W 22nd St, New York, NY 10011
Orrick IP partner Vann Pearce will be a featured speaker at this year's 3D Printshow in New York, bringing together key players from the entire 3D printing ecosystem. 3D Printshow gives an overview of the many facets of 3D printing/Additive Manufacturing, alongside a showfloor that features the latest technology. 3D Printshow will host a series of conferences featuring some of the world's top speakers.
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Practice:

  • Litigation & IP Sector
  • Technology Sector
  • Brevets
  • Impression 3D
  • Propriété intellectuelle
  • Commission du commerce international des États Unis
  • Inter Partes Review (IPR)
  • Automotive Technology & Mobility

T. Vann Pearce, Jr. Chief Practice Officer, IP & Litigation and IP Counsel Brevets, Impression 3D

Washington, D.C.

Vann Pearce serves as the Chief Practice Officer for the IP & Litigation Business Units and is a member of the Intellectual Property Group.

As Chief Practice Officer, Vann advises on strategic planning, operations, and management of Orrick’s IP, Employment, Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution, International Arbitration, and Supreme Court & Appellate practice groups, which comprise more than 300 attorneys globally. His responsibilities include oversight of the units' financial performance, business planning and execution, and lawyer recruiting.

As a lawyer in the firm’s IP group, Vann’s practice focuses on patent litigation and related disputes. He has served as lead counsel in over 20 disputes, including matters with tens to hundreds of millions of dollars at stake, for clients including publicly traded U.S., Japanese, and European companies. He also counsels clients on patent licensing and portfolio development, particularly for companies developing 3D printing-related technologies. Vann co-founded Orrick's 3D printing practice.

Vann previously served as the firm’s U.S. Law School Hiring Partner, overseeing entry-level hiring nationwide.