Anthony Insogna and Randy Kay among Daily Journal's Top Intellectual Property Lawyers for 2023

Anthony Insogna, Practice Leader of the Firm's Intellectual Property Practice and resident of the San Diego Office, and Randy Kay, a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice and resident of both the San Diego and Silicon Valley offices, are among the top Intellectual Property lawyers in California, according to the Daily Journal.

Mr. Insogna, who appears on the Daily Journal's Top IP Lawyer list for the ninth consecutive time, has more than 30 years of experience leading high-stakes patent litigation around the globe, patent strategies for drug candidates and FDA approved products, and technology transactions for life sciences companies, investment banks, and venture capital firms. Recent highlights include directing a Jones Day team representing a leading pharmaceutical and biotech company in its most important ANDA litigation protecting top-selling drugs, and a team representing a leading biotechnology company which, with its licensor, is involved in a patent infringement action. A trusted advisor for innovators on Hatch-Waxman, competitor versus competitor, and PTAB litigation, Mr. Insogna enforces and defends cutting-edge technologies including immuno-oncology therapies, CRISPR-Cas9 (gene editing), gene therapies, and vaccines.  On behalf of a biotech focused on genome editing technology, Mr. Insogna is leading a Jones Day team that recently prevailed in the motions-phase of two high-profile interference proceedings to determine rights in groundbreaking CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology.

Mr. Kay, who appears on the Daily Journal's Top IP Lawyer list for the ninth time, leads global intellectual property and trade secret disputes for clients in the telecommunications, semiconductor, healthcare, chemicals, and medical device industries. Recent highlights include masterfully navigating a series of international trade secret lawsuits through complex pleadings and evidentiary issues, winning summary judgment multiple times, and achieving global settlement on the eve of trial in February 2023 and, in another matter, prevailing in the international arbitration of a technology dispute arising from a failed collaboration. He represents intellectual property owners in disputes over trade secrets, patents, confidential information, cybersecurity, copyright, unfair competition, contracts, and other commercial disputes. He handles jury trials, arbitrations, injunction proceedings, and IP appeals.

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