Hoge Fenton adds Patent and Antitrust Litigation Team

By Hoge Fenton | 04.28.2021 | Firm Post

Hoge Fenton is pleased to welcome attorneys Ron Finley, Alfredo Bismonte, and Remington Lenton-Young to the firm’s Intellectual Property Group.

“We are excited to welcome Ron, Alfredo, and Remington to Hoge Fenton,” said Stephanie Sparks, Shareholder and Chair of the firm’s Privacy & Data Security and IP Groups. “They bolster our IP litigation capabilities with successful track records in patent litigation, add to the firm’s bench strength in complex litigation, and bring experience in antitrust class action lawsuits. Each of these attorneys brings unique skills that will serve our clients well.”

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Ron Finley has successfully practiced law for over 20 years, specializing in complex commercial civil litigation including patent, trade secret, trademark, licensing, unfair competition, antitrust, employment law, and class action matters. Ron is a skilled litigator who has represented corporations, partnerships, and individuals in both state, federal, and appellate courts, including many federal district courts around the US.

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Alfredo Bismonte is an experienced litigator who specializes in patent litigation, licensing disputes, trade secret disputes, commercial litigation, insurance coverage, and real estate disputes. Alfredo represents clients in various industries including medical devices, sport product patents, computer input devices, wafer bumping, and super I/O devices.

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Remington Lenton-Young’s practice focuses on complex commercial civil litigation including patent, trademark, trade secrets, licensing, class action, antitrust, and unfair competition. Remington has successfully represented international and U.S. clients in both state, federal, and appellate courts.

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