Andrew D. Kasnevich focuses his practice on patent litigation before federal courts and the International Trade Commission and patent prosecution and post-grant proceedings before the US Patent and Trademark Office.
He has experience with a wide range of technologies in the automotive, electrical, and pharmaceutical arts, including automotive electronics, electric motors, hybrid vehicle control strategies, immunosuppressant drugs, image processing, injection molding, LCD and LED displays and lighting, medical devices, non-imaging optics, pharmaceutical polymorphism, semiconductor structure and fabrication, software, vehicle suspension systems, video analytics and video streaming.
His work also includes client counseling and due diligence concerning a variety of intellectual property issues. Prior to joining the firm, Andrew worked as a patent agent at an intellectual property law firm, prosecuting patent applications on behalf of domestic and foreign applicants, and as an operations research analyst for a defense contractor, focusing on cost estimation and risk analysis.
In addition to his practice at the firm, Andrew is involved in the American Intellectual Property Law Association and he serves as a board member of the George Mason University School of Law Alumni Association.
- JD, George Mason University School of Law, The Journal of Law, Economics, and Policy, Editor, 2009
- BS, Computer Science, Oregon State University, 2016
- BSE, Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 2004
- BS, Economics, University of Pittsburgh, 2004
- District of Columbia
- US Patent and Trademark Office
- US Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit
- US District Court, Eastern District of Texas
- US District Court, Eastern District of Virginia
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
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