Patricia Martone impresses clients with her "depth of knowledge in the patent space" and is recognised as "excellent on patent litigation strategy".
Patricia Martone is an arbitrator and attorney who brings her 45 years of experience as a trial lawyer to bear in resolving high-stakes intellectual property matters. She is a member of the national roster of arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association and is available to arbitrate commercial disputes concerning intellectual property, including disputes about patent validity and infringement as well as the commercial terms of patent license agreements and other transactions.
Patricia also provides legal consultation and strategic advice about intellectual property litigation and transactions with a focus on patents and represents clients in mediations and negotiations. She works with global clients across a broad range of technologies.
Patricia founded her firm in 2014, after many years of practice as a partner in leading law firms. Patricia was lead trial counsel in more than 45 patent cases. She tried 12 cases to verdict or judgment, including playing a leading role for Polaroid in its landmark patent trials against Eastman Kodak which resulted in an injunction and a record-setting $900 million damages award. Patricia also led the licensing and enforcement campaigns of major patent holders and personally closed more than 40 agreements.
Ms Martone has consistently been ranked as a top lawyer in her field by organisations such as Chambers, Best Lawyers in America, Who’s Who Legal and Managing IP. Her solo firm has received national and regional rankings from the US News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” list for the past five years. For 2019, her firm’s rankings include a metropolitan tier 1 ranking for New York City in the litigation-patent category.