Kenny Luchesi is a trial lawyer with more than 14 years of experience both as a product development engineer and as an attorney litigating complex intellectual property matters. Kenny's practice concentrates on patent litigation, and he has represented clients in patent cases in federal district courts nationwide. He is also a registered patent attorney and has substantial experience representing clients in inter partes review proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
Kenny has experience in all phases of patent litigation. He has briefed and argued claim construction and summary judgment, prepared witnesses for trial, taken and defended expert and fact depositions, and authored many briefs. He also has experience in all phases of inter partes review proceedings, including drafting petitions and patent owner responses, expert depositions, and oral hearings. Kenny has represented clients in matters concerning a wide range of technologies, including medical devices, consumer products, computer software, digital cameras, semiconductors, processing of phosphoric acid, and electronic commerce.
Most recently, Kenny has represented Johnson & Johnson in multiple patent infringement cases and license disputes relating to medical devices, including spinal implants and joint replacement technology. He also was part of a team representing Procter & Gamble as a patentee that successfully moved for a preliminary injunction in one case and won summary judgment of infringement and no invalidity in another.
Prior to attending law school, Kenny worked for three years at Centerpulse Orthopedics, designing custom surgical instruments and custom orthopedic implants for hip, knee, shoulder, and ankle replacement surgery.
- The University of Texas at Austin (J.D. with honors 2006); Texas A&M University (B.S. in Biomedical Engineering cum laude 2000)
- Ohio; Illinois; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; U.S. District Courts for the Northern District of Ohio, Northern District of Illinois, Eastern District of Texas, and Eastern District of Michigan; and registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office