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Kevin Casey Presents at Federal Circuit Historical Society Event

July 07, 2015
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Partner Kevin R. Casey presented “The Barbed Wire Invention: An External Factor Affecting American Legal Development” at The Federal Circuit Historical Society luncheon during the Federal Circuit Bar Association’s 2015 Bench & Bar Conference on June 25 in Dana Point, California. The discussion focused on the changes in rules of law fostered by the invention of the barbed wire fence and its impact in five areas of law, namely antitrust, property, tort, fencing and patent law.

Casey, who just completed his term as president of the Federal Circuit Historical Society, is chair of Stradley Ronon’s intellectual property group, co-chair of its IP litigation group and an active member of the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) group. Casey has counseled clients for almost 30 years in all aspects of the IP field, focusing on patents, trademarks, trade secrets, licensing and opinions. He has also been lead litigation counsel and has participated as assistant counsel in more than 60 cases. Additionally, Casey is past president of the Federal Circuit Bar Association and a member of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Advisory Council.

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