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Lando & Anastasi, LLP Announces Four Attorneys Elevated to Partnership

By on January 17, 2019 in Announcements

Lando & Anastasi, LLP announced that Gregory K. Gerstenzang, Nathan T. Harris, Hannah R. Koyfman, Ph.D., and David M. Roccio have been elected partners of the firm.

In a release, the firm said Gregory K. Gerstenzang works with clients to leverage their intellectual assets through strategic patent portfolio development and management. He prosecutes patent applications domestically and abroad in a wide range of technologies. Gerstenzang uses the insight gained from nearly a decade of technical experience in the semiconductor industry to maximize clients’ return on their intellectual property.

Nathan Harris has an IP practice, with experience in patent and trademark prosecution, litigation, and counseling, as well as domain name disputes. Harris has handled matters involving a variety of technologies, including artificial intelligence and machine learning in the areas of computer vision, identity authentication, and text analytics, the firm said.

Hannah R. Koyfman, Ph.D. counsels clients in the life science industries to design and execute a global patent strategy. Her work includes drafting patent applications and prosecuting them to issue, as well as managing a prosecution strategy with foreign associates in numerous countries. She also performs freedom-to-operate analysis to help clients understand the extent and strength of third-party positions. In addition, she conducts due diligence on patent portfolios to help venture firms and large pharmaceutical companies gauge the value of their investments. Koyfman also has experience working as a member of litigation teams.

David M. Roccio’s practice focuses on obtaining patents and counseling clients on a range of patent-related issues. He has represented clients covering a broad spectrum of technologies, including Mobile AdHoc Network communications, switching and routing, data centers, uninterruptible power supplies, load centers, network-based conferencing/compression, programmable RF transceivers, digital imaging, and semiconductor devices and manufacturing, the firm said.