• Sharon Roberg-Perez

    Sharon Roberg-Perez is a Partner in the Intellectual Property and Technology Litigation Group. She is an M.I.T-trained Ph.D. who leverages over a decade of experience working as a molecular biologist in her legal practice. She serves on the firm’s diversity committee and has been an instructor in the firm’s Exceptional Advocate Training Program. She has ... Continue reading
  • Carly Kessler

    Carly Kessler is an associate in the New York office of Robins Kaplan LLP. Ms. Kessler attended law school at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, and earned her Bachelor of Science degree at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, where she graduated magna cum laude.
  • Kelsey McElveen

    Kelsey McElveen is a trial attorney who focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation in the health and life sciences industry. Ms. McElveen has significant experience representing pharmaceutical companies in Hatch-Waxman cases, and has also handled patent litigation matters involving other complex technologies including semiconductor fabrication and mobile communications. Ms. McElveen understands the industry challenges ... Continue reading
  • Michael Kolcun

    Michael Kolcun primarily focuses his practice on business and intellectual property litigation, representing clients ranging from large corporations to start-ups, as well as individuals. Michael is a former in-house counsel to a Fortune 500 company and litigator at a class action law firm, where he gained extensive experience in appellate practice, health care litigation, and ... Continue reading
  • Annie Huang

    Annie Huang is results-oriented attorney with a core belief that the law is a tool to drive business and a passion for protecting intellectual property rights (patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets) through litigation, counseling and licensing. She partners with her clients in developing creative and effective solutions for complex legal problems to help her ... Continue reading
  • Li Zhu

    Li’s practice focuses on complex patent and commercial litigation. Li represents both plaintiffs and defendants, and advises clients in a variety of markets and technical fields, including computer technology, biotechnology, medical devices, DNA sequencing, and food products. Li has experience identifying and implementing strategies to clearly and persuasively communicate complicated legal and technical issues to ... Continue reading
  • David Martinez

    Mr. Martinez represents a wide range of U.S. and international clients in all forms of dispute resolution, with emphasis in the areas of intellectual property, business, antitrust and class action litigation. Mr. Martinez helps his clients resolve complex business and IP disputes, as well as protect and monetize their intellectual property and manage risk.
  • Jeff Hovden

    My primary area of focus is on generic pharmaceutical patent cases under the Hatch-Waxman Act and within the biotechnology industry. I have litigated numerous patent infringement and invalidity actions, including many cases involving top-selling worldwide prescription drugs for both generic and name-brand pharmaceutical clients.
  • Alyssa Lawson

    Alyssa Lawson primarily focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation as well as other cases involving complex technology. She has litigated cases in both federal courts and before the International Trade Commission. Those cases have involved a wide variety of technology areas, including network security, anti-virus software, web-based property management software, interactive and monitored home ... Continue reading
  • Steven Carlson

    Steven C. Carlson is an intellectual property litigator who draws upon national and international experience to assist clients with a wide range of legal disputes, including patent litigation, trade secret matters, and copyright disputes. Armed with a keen understanding of the technology that powers his clients’ businesses, Mr. Carlson works closely with companies in the ... Continue reading