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Partners Timothy J. Barron and Alexander Rozenblat spoke at the North American Meat Association (“NAMA”) MEATXPO’13 on February 12 in Las Vegas. The industry-wide conference was hosted by NAMA, one of the largest trade groups in the global meat trade, with nearly 700 member companies in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and other countries. Mr. Barron’s and Mr. Rozenblat’s presentation, entitled “Intellectual Property in the Food Industry,” outlined various forms of intellectual property relevant to the food industry and discussed recent developments in patent law.
Mr. Barron is a member of the Patent Litigation and Counseling Practice. He counsels and advises clients on intellectual property disputes and has extensive experience in major patent infringement trials and arbitrations and at Markman, summary judgment, and injunction hearings.
Mr. Rozenblat is a member of the Patent Litigation and Counseling Practice. He focuses his practice primarily on complex patent litigation involving technologies as diverse as medical devices, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, chemical and food manufacturing, and software engineering.