Washington Business Journal announces the news of IP boutique, Kacvinsky Daisak Bluni, hiring Washington D.C.-based lawyer, Paul Skwierawski, as counsel. Skwierawski focuses on prosecution of medical portables and construction equipment technologies. He joins the D.C. office from Jones Robb PLLC, bringing several years of experience in medical and construction equipment patent application and prosecution, to serve as […]
KDB recently expanded its legal team in the Washington, D.C. area with the arrivals of Judith L. Toffenetti PhD and Paul Skwierawski.
Kacvinsky Daisak Bluni principal Darrell Pogue and associate Ashley Aminian discuss the Defense Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) in a co-authored article. The lawyers detail the real and growing concern surrounding foreign misappropriation of US trade secrets and the DTSA’s ability to weather those threats. Pogue and Aminian break down the sections of the DTSA and […]
Scott Bluni discusses the increase in law boutiques and the trend of lawyers leaving Big Law.
Kacvinsky Daisak Bluni principal Kurt Lockwood and associate Jerry O’Neil offer insight into the impact of US patent law in other countries. They discuss the pending certification of Life Technologies Corp. v. Promega Corp. and the Supreme Court’s position to take up another case addressing the extraterritorial reach of US patent law. Lockwood and O’Neil […]
Law360 covers Kacvinsky Daisak Bluni attorney Richard Dyer’s promotion to principal in Q1 of 2016. Dyer’s practice focuses on intellectual property law, with an emphasis in patent matters. He has experience in a range of areas, including, circuits, optics, electronic design automation and software. Richard has been with the IP boutique since 2013.