Kevin Wheeler serves as lead counsel for technology, medical device, and chemical companies of all sizes in their most important, high stakes intellectual property disputes, most of which encompass numerous jurisdictions and causes of action. He has successfully resolved dozens of competitor disputes, including numerous trials and more than 20 cross-border investigations at the International Trade Commission (ITC).
Mr. Wheeler has an impeccable track record of winning for his clients in their most important intellectual property disputes, and is widely recognized as one of the top rising talents in IP litigation:
Law360 selected him as one of the top attorneys in the country under the age of 40 for his successful work handling competitor patent disputes, including a significant trial victory for Hyosung that resulted in the ITC issuing an exclusion order barring competitor Diebold's latest line of ATMs
The National Law Journal named him a D.C. Rising Star, which recognizes "the region's 40 most promising lawyers age 40 and under who have wielded great influence in their practice areas in the D.C. area and beyond"
The Legal 500 US recognized him as a Next Generation Partner for Patent Litigation
Super Lawyers has repeatedly recognized him as a Rising Star in IP litigation
Mr. Wheeler earned his BS in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland and obtained hands-on engineering experience working on the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) at Northrop Grumman Corporation.
Mr. Wheeler also devotes a portion of his time to pro bono matters, including working with the Children's Law Center to help foster parents secure guardianship over their at-risk foster children.
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