Jeffrey M. Kaden

Managing Attorney & Principal

Jeffrey M. Kaden

Managing Attorney & Principal

Jeffrey Kaden focuses his practice on patent prosecution and due diligence, as well as in all areas of intellectual property litigation. Jeff also provides high-level client counseling relating to the procurement and enforcement of patents, both domestic and abroad, as well as trademarks and copyrights. Jeff is particularly knowledgeable about design patent practice, including the standards for filing and successful prosecution as well as the legal issues pertaining to invalidity and infringement.

For well over 30 years, Jeff has advised a wide range of high-tech and soft goods clients on both U.S. and foreign intellectual property matters. He is licensed before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and has appeared on behalf of his clients in numerous federal court and administrative proceedings. His areas of technical expertise include chemical and biomedical products as well as medical technology, including organic chemistry, biomaterials, and biomechanics. While an undergraduate at Johns Hopkins majoring in biomedical engineering, Jeff was a research fellow at Hopkins’ renowned University Hospital and Medical Center. Jeff is a regular contributor to trade and industry publications and is a frequent CLE lecturer. He is currently the firm’s managing attorney.

Outside of work, Jeff has been and continues to be involved in many community organizations. Jeff previously served on his synagogue’s men’s club executive board and is currently secretary of the board of the Plainview Mid-Island Y JCC. He is also a past member of the board of the Johns Hopkins University Hillel.

When not practicing intellectual property law, Jeff enjoys biking and swimming as well as an early morning round of golf.

Awards & Recognition

Selected to Super Lawyers
2016-2020

 

Affiliations

Mid Island Y Jewish Community Center
Secretary

bio

Jeffrey Kaden focuses his practice on patent prosecution and due diligence, as well as in all areas of intellectual property litigation. Jeff also provides high-level client counseling relating to the procurement and enforcement of patents, both domestic and abroad, as well as trademarks and copyrights. Jeff is particularly knowledgeable about design patent practice, including the standards for filing and successful prosecution as well as the legal issues pertaining to invalidity and infringement.

For well over 30 years, Jeff has advised a wide range of high-tech and soft goods clients on both U.S. and foreign intellectual property matters. He is licensed before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and has appeared on behalf of his clients in numerous federal court and administrative proceedings. His areas of technical expertise include chemical and biomedical products as well as medical technology, including organic chemistry, biomaterials, and biomechanics. While an undergraduate at Johns Hopkins majoring in biomedical engineering, Jeff was a research fellow at Hopkins’ renowned University Hospital and Medical Center. Jeff is a regular contributor to trade and industry publications and is a frequent CLE lecturer. He is currently the firm’s managing attorney.

Outside of work, Jeff has been and continues to be involved in many community organizations. Jeff previously served on his synagogue’s men’s club executive board and is currently secretary of the board of the Plainview Mid-Island Y JCC. He is also a past member of the board of the Johns Hopkins University Hillel.

When not practicing intellectual property law, Jeff enjoys biking and swimming as well as an early morning round of golf.

Awards & Recognition

Selected to Super Lawyers
2016-2020

 

Affiliations

Mid Island Y Jewish Community Center
Secretary

education

Johns Hopkins University
B.ES. in Biomedical Engineering, 1981
Georgetown University Law Center
J.D., 1984
Giles Sutherland Rich Patent Law Moot Court competition, Regional Finalist

admissions

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
1984
New York Bar
1986
Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
1987
Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
1992