02 March 2017
Chicago
Reporter: Barney Dixon
Kelley Drye & Warren hires patent pro
Kelly Drye & Warren has recruited Steven Yovits as partner in its intellectual property practice.

Yovits’s practice focuses on patent litigation and counselling, specifically in the medical devices, consumer products, media, communications and technology sectors.

Hank Kelly, managing partner of Kelley Drye’s Chicago office, said: “Steven Yovits brings an impressive and diverse background.”

“Our clients and colleagues will benefit from Steve’s insight. We look forward to working with him to deepen our service to clients, in particular to generic pharmaceutical companies managing the complexities of the Hatch-Waxman Act as well as in representing high technology and telecom companies in complex patent litigation.”

Commenting on the move, Yovits said: “With a great reputation, solid leadership, talented attorneys and a collaborative culture, the firm provides the perfect platform to serve my clients.”

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