Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP has hired Henry Bunsow as a partner in its San Francisco office.
He arrives with a team of two, all joining from Howrey LLP.
Bunsow specialises in the litigation and trial of intellectual property cases. He has been lead trial counsel in more than 40 patent jury trials and won over 90 percent of his cases. His practice focuses on patent, trade secret and copyright disputes involving electronics, software, mechanics and biotechnology.
He will serve as co-chair of Dewey & LeBoeuf’s IP litigation practice, along with Aldo Badini, who is a partner in the Silicon Valley office.
“Henry is one of the premier IP litigators in the country,” said Eric Reifschneider, managing partner of the firm’s Northern California offices. “The addition of this group is another vital step in our continuing effort to establish ourselves as a global leader in the representation of technology companies in all of their major transactions and disputes.”
“I’m excited to be joining the firm,” Bunsow commented. “The opportunity to work alongside a preeminent group of transactional lawyers with extensive relationships across the technology sector offers a unique opportunity.”
Bunsow is featured in The International Who’s Who of Patent Lawyers and The International Who’s Who of Life Sciences Lawyers.