Dabney and Rabinowitz were partners at Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson. Dabney was head of the intellectual property and technology practice, and represents clients in patent matters involving diverse technologies. The two were also previously partners at Pennie & Edmonds LLP before joining Fried Frank.
Dabney has also argued and won three cases in the Supreme Court, including KSR International v Teleflex in 2007. He is an adjunct professor at Cornell Law School.
Rabinowitz focuses his practice on the life sciences and has litigated patent cases concerning recombinant DNA technology, nucleic acid amplification, proteins, medical diagnostics, dietary supplements, and pharmaceuticals including in Hatch-Waxman actions arising from Abbreviated New Drug Applications with Paragraph IV certifications.