Awards podcast: Kasowitz talks remote litigation and west Texas
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Awards podcast: Kasowitz talks remote litigation and west Texas


In the first podcast profiling winners of Managing IP’s 2021 Americas awards, we speak to Kasowitz about the impact of the pandemic and west Texas on US patent litigation

Lawyers must learn to navigate the increasingly complex litigation landscape in the US, including the ins and outs of remote hearings and trials at the District Court for the Western District of Texas, a Managing IP podcast heard.

Americas editor Patrick Wingrove sat down with counsel at Kasowitz to talk about Apple v Fintiv, the challenges and opportunities of remote litigation, choosing a jury in Alan Albright’s court and diversity and inclusion.

He was joined by Silicon Valley partners Jonathan Waldrop, Darcy Jones and Marcus Barber.

The team recently won Managing IP’s US impact case of the year award for their victory in Apple v Fintiv at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Waldrop won the award for litigation practitioner of the year.

The awards ceremony was conducted virtually this year.

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