Wiggin and Dana adds four IP partners in New York
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Wiggin and Dana adds four IP partners in New York

Wiggin and Dana has expanded its intellectual property practice with the addition of four new partners in its New York office

Joseph Casino, Michael Kasdan and Abraham Kasdan previously practiced with Amster, Rothstein and Ebenstein, while Sapna Palla joins the firm from Kaye Scholer.

Casino has been lead counsel in patent litigations in many US jurisdictions, including the International Trade Commission.

Kasdan focuses on negotiating, defending and asserting intellectual property rights before the courts, the US Patent and Trademark Office, the International Trade Commission and in private arbitration and mediation.

Casino and Kasdan have each worked in-house in Japan, and are well-versed in Japanese corporate culture.


Palla focuses her practice on the fields of pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, drug delivery systems and medical devices, with an emphasis on Hatch-Waxman patent infringement cases for branded pharmaceutical manufacturers and on the emerging patent litigation system in India.

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