Mark Chapman represents high-technology and medical device clients in patent infringement litigation and related patent office proceedings, as well as opinions, licensing and transactions. Mark has experience with all phases of patent infringement litigation, including bench and jury trials in district courts, International Trade Commission (ITC) cases, and appeals to the Federal Circuit.
He also has experience with contentious proceedings in the patent office, including inter partes review proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) and inter partes and ex parte reexamination proceedings.
He has also coordinated and supported foreign patent litigation and related patent office proceedings, including trials and appeals, working closely with patent litigation counsel in Canada, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, France and Italy.
Over the course of his career, Mark has represented many technology and medical device clients, including Airbus, Bosch, Boston Scientific, Kawasaki, Medinol, Olympus, Sony and Toyota, as well as many smaller technology companies.
Mark’s technical background is in engineering physics and his patent experience has involved a wide variety of technologies, including automotive systems, consumer electronic devices (DVRs, Blu-ray/DVD players, gaming consoles, TVs, cameras), aircraft systems, software, medical devices.
Mark previously was a partner at Kenyon & Kenyon and Andrews Kurth Kenyon. Early in his career, before joining Kenyon, Mark practiced transactional corporate and securities law at Sullivan & Cromwell. Prior to that, he served as a law clerk to the Honourable John C. Major, a Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa.
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