AREA OF PRACTICE
Kenneth Stein is Of Counsel in the Firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Group. He has broad experience litigating patent, trade secret and copyright cases, including cases involving computer operating systems, hybrid motors, digital devices, video games, PC cards, e-commerce systems, and telephony devices.
Kenneth’s practice includes patent validity and infringement opinions, patent prosecution, intellectual property aspects of due diligence, intellectual property licensing and various contract matters. He has handled numerous matters involving complex technologies, including database systems, optical switching and communications systems, cellular communications systems, smart cards, fault tolerant computer systems, local area networks, digital cameras, personal digital assistants, digital watches, e-commerce systems, semiconductor devices, and many other software systems and electronic devices.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Kenneth worked eight years at AT&T Bell Laboratories as a software engineer, where he developed operating systems, compilers, and programming tools. He also did research for a year at Stevens Institute of Technology, investigating programming techniques for maximizing the performance of highly parallel supercomputers. Kenneth has been listed in Super Lawyers since 2011 in the area of intellectual property litigation.
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Representative Appellate Cases
Representative District Court Cases and Arbitrations
*Some of the above matters were handled by Kenneth prior to joining Brown Rudnick.
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