The U.S. Supreme Court accepted Mr. Bowman's case in October 2012 for the current session. Attorney Mark P. Walters of noted intellectual-property law firm Frommer Lawrence & Haug will argue for Mr. Bowman along with FLH partners Edgar H. Haug and Steven M. Amundson.
NOTE: The FLH legal team will be available to the press in front of the Supreme Court building at approximately 12:30 p.m., immediately following arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court, whose morning session is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19
Mr. Bowman will be available until 2 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill, 400 New Jersey Avenue, NW .
For Information, contact:
William F. Kenny
The Dilenschneider GroupEmail:
is a founding partner of Frommer Lawrence & Haug LLP and managing partner since 2003.
Focusing on IP and competition law, he litigates and counsels in matters involving pharmaceuticals, biotech, semiconductors and associated manufacturing equipment, shape memory alloys, e-commerce, automotive designs and consumer electronics.
Mr. Haug is a nationally recognized trial lawyer and consultant in pharmaceutical patent litigation under Hatch-Waxman, and represents clients in patent enforcement and regulatory and patent challenges involving top-selling pharmaceuticals.
He has substantial experience in bench and jury trials and appellate practice, as well as before the UK High Court, German Federal Supreme Court and Tokyo High Court.
He teaches patent trial advocacy for the Practising Law Institute and sits on the Federal Circuit Bar Association Board. He has a chemical engineering degree from Notre Dame and a J.D. from
St. John's University
Steven M. Amundson
is a partner focusing on IP litigation, including pre-suit investigations, discovery and trial preparation, trials and appeals. His patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret and unfair competition cases have covered technologies including computers, electronic devices, electromagnetic products, semiconductor fabrication, medical devices, chemicals and "blockbuster" pharmaceuticals.
After receiving his M.S. degree from Ohio State, Mr. Amundson was a nuclear propulsion engineer for Admiral
's Naval Sea Systems Command, responsible for design review and approval of electrical instrumentation and control equipment for nuclear propulsion plants.
He graduated from Georgetown Law in 1982, and from 1988 to 1997 was with the Intellectual Property Section of the Department of Justice as lead trial counsel in patent and copyright cases. He also argued before the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals.