Kenneth K. Dort is a partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group and the chairman of the firm's Technology Committee. His practice is focused on information technology and intellectual property law issues, including software development and licensing, systems development and integration, data encryption and security, trade secret protection, and patent/copyright/trademark/ licensing and protection.
Ken has extensive experience handling cases at the trial and appellate levels throughout the United States in areas such as patent, copyright and trademark infringement, breaches of data security systems, information systems development and implementation failures, open source software licensing and development, trade secret misappropriation, and related areas of complex commercial litigation and arbitration. Ken also advises his clients on general corporate issues, business strategies, and related areas of information technology and intellectual property law at the national and international levels.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kenneth K. Dort