Editors

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Kenneth M. Albridge, III, Senior Counsel

Clients rely on Ken to help them resolve complex intellectual property and commercial disputes. Drawing on a strong technical background, particularly in the electrical, mechanical and electro-mechanical arts, Ken has successfully litigated patent infringement cases throughout the United States. He also has represented clients in connection with inter partes review proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, and in litigation involving numerous types of other business disputes, including claims for breach of contract, trademark and trade dress infringement, and unfair competition.

 

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Albert Bianchi, Jr., Senior Counsel

A.J. focuses his litigation practice on intellectual property and federal court matters, including disputes over evolving patent, trademark and copyright infringement, contract disputes, and class actions. He also litigates cases in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota state courts, with his past experience including jury trials in both Wisconsin and Minnesota.

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Melanie J. Reichenberger, Partner

Clients turn to Melanie to develop strategies for resolving intellectual property disputes both inside and outside of the courtroom. Whether patents, trademarks, trade dress, trade secrets, or unfair competition, Melanie helps clients enforce their intellectual property assets and defend against infringement allegations. Drawing on her engineering background, she also counsels clients on pre-litigation patent infringement and validity opinion matters.

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Brian Marstall, Associate

Brian dedicates his practice to obtaining robust patent protection for his clients’ innovation and developing strategies to minimize their patent infringement risk. He has significant experience counseling clients with respect to a wide range of intellectual property issues, including patentability, clearance, and invalidity of utility and design patents. Brian readily applies his technical background to his practice. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he worked as an engineer designing mechanical and hydraulic components for a global mining and construction equipment manufacturer. He has first-hand understanding of the nuances of successful patent prosecution from an inventor’s perspective.