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Henry Dinger is a senior partner in the firm's IP Litigation Group. Mr. Dinger, who joined Goodwin Procter in 1978, focuses on patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret litigation and advising clients concerning a range of intellectual property issues. In recent years, he has concentrated on patent issues in the pharmaceutical industry and on the representation of clients in appellate matters involving patent law, federal jurisdictional issues and First Amendment claims.
Mr. Dinger chairs Goodwin Procter's Ethics Advisory Committee and serves as the firm's Risk Management Partner. He advises Goodwin Procter colleagues and other firms concerning their obligations under the rules of professional conduct, conflict of interest statutes and laws governing the conduct of lobbyists. Mr. Dinger has a long-standing interest in education reform, and currently serves as a director of the Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education, a business advocacy group that played a central part in bringing about the landmark Massachusetts Education Reform Act of 1993.
|Areas of Practice||1) Patent Litigation and 2) Appellate Litigation|
|Law School||Harvard Law School (J.D., 1978)|
|Education||Williams College (B.A., summa cum laude, 1974)|
|Bar Member / Association||Massachusetts Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||Goodwin Procter LLP|
Jason E. Gettleman is an associate in Morgan Lewis's Litigation and Intellectual Property Practices. In his practice, Mr. Gettleman focuses on patent procurement and patent litigation in the electrical and mechanical arts.
Mark W. Taylor is partner-elect in Morgan Lewis's Intellectual Property Practice. Mr. Taylor focuses his practice on patent litigation. He has advised clients in all phases of patent enforcement matters, from pre-filing investigation to post-trial