Lowenstein Member Named Among Nation's Top 50 IP Attorneys

Sunday, June 1, 2008 - 01:00

Mark Kesslen, member of Lowenstein Sandler PC and chair of the Intellectual Property section of the firm's Tech Group, has been named among the nation's top 50 IP attorneys under age 45. The annual list, published by IP Law and Business magazine, recognizes professionals who have made the biggest impact on intellectual property and IP law.

Noted by IP Law and Business for "helping the little guy strike a great bargain," Mr. Kesslen provides strategic guidance to technology-based businesses in patent strategy (licensing, litigation and prosecution), outsourcing and alliances. Over the course of his career, he has prosecuted hundreds of patents and has served as IP counsel on numerous M&A, IPO and venture capital transactions. Mr. Kesslen also testified before Congress on patent reform.Prior to joining Lowenstein Sandler, Mr. Kesslen led JPMorganChase's Technology, Sourcing & Intellectual Property Practice Group for the legal department worldwide. While at JPMorganChase, Mr. Kesslen served as IP counsel in dozens of venture financings on behalf of Lab Morgan and its predecessor chase.com, incubators of emerging technology and financial service companies.