Aaron Deditch has significant experience in prosecuting, litigating and licensing patents and providing counseling to clients with respect to a broad range of intellectual property matters. He focuses his practice on patent infringement litigations and patent prosecution matters. He has been actively involved in every stage of a number of complex, lengthy and major patent infringement litigations, which include preliminary patent assertion investigations, filing and serving complaints and answers, discovery and motion practice, and summary judgment motions and hearings.
Mr. Deditch has drafted and prosecuted domestic and foreign patent applications for domestic and international clients. The patent applications encompass various electrical, electronic and computer technologies, including electronic control systems, programmable logic controllers, and computer hardware and software systems. He also provides patent counseling and opinions to both domestic and international clients, and has experience in reexamination and European patent opposition proceedings.
Prior to joining Kenyon, Mr. Deditch was an intellectual property counsel with Siemens and provided intellectual property counseling and services for a number of the client operating companies, which included the energy and automation companies and telecommunication companies of Siemens. In particular, Mr. Deditch was involved in providing intellectual property counseling and opinions, preparing and prosecuting patents, patent licensing and managing patent litigations, which included an appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.