Robert Perry is a member of the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the New York Office, as well as the leader of the Intellectual Property Area of Focus. His practice covers all facets of intellectual property litigation and counseling, with a particular emphasis on patent litigation. More specifically, Mr. Perry litigates most frequently in the areas of electronics, semiconductors, networks, telecommunications including wireless technology and software.
Mr. Perry has substantial experience representing clients (as plaintiffs or defendants) in patent infringement lawsuits throughout the country. His experience covers an array of technical subject matter, including three dimensional scanning, communications protocols for computer systems, internet protocols and systems, wireless telephony, consumer electronics, software storage control systems and integrated circuits. Mr. Perry has also been involved in litigation in the chemical arts including technologies such as polyethylene foams and paper mill by-product processing systems.
In addition to his litigation capabilities, Mr. Perry regularly provides advice to clients, whether they are emerging or well established companies, on a wide variety of Intellectual Property issues. Mr. Perry also counsels clients with respect to due diligence issues relating to Intellectual Property as well as patent portfolio reviews and clearance opinions. In addition, Mr. Perry has spoken on current topics in Intellectual Property law, including topics such as “Strategies for Successful Markman Hearings.”
Prior to joining King & Spalding in 2004, Mr. Perry was a partner at Kenyon & Kenyon where he practiced from 1989 until 2004. Mr. Perry received his Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering from Manhattan College, along with a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Seton Hall University, followed by his J.D., magna cum laude, from Seton Hall Law School. Mr. Perry is also a member of the Board of Visitors for Seton Hall Law School since 2012.