Lewis Popovski has extensive experience in intellectual property litigation, including trial and appellate practice of patent, trademark, trade dress litigation and trade secret misappropriation cases. His patent litigation practice spans a wide variety of technical areas, including optical and electro optical communication devices and systems, microprocessor and computer system architecture, integrated circuit manufacturing, digital video and audio signal compression and processing systems, mass-flow meters, mass spectrometers as well as various mechanical systems.

Mr. Popovski also counsels clients on the implementation of procedures and programs to identify and protect client’s intellectual property, the transfer of intellectual property and the validity, infringement and enforcement of intellectual property. Additionally, he authors Kenyon & Kenyon LLP’s NY Patent Law Blog (www.nypatentblog.com), a blog focusing on unpublished patent decisions in the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and covering cases relevant to every technological area.

He has received recognition from a number of legal publications and was selected as the 2014 Lexology and International Law Office Client Choice Award winner for “Intellectual Property – Patents” for the United States. He also received the same award for New York. In addition, he has been named a 2014 New York “IP Star” by Managing Intellectual Property.

Prior to becoming a patent attorney, Mr. Popovski was a pilot in the United States Air Force and an engineer at Veeco Instruments, Inc.

representative matters
  • C-Cation Technologies, LLC v. Comcast Corporation et al. (E.D. Tex.); Comcast Corporation et al v. C-Cation, Inc. et al. (S.D.N.Y.) (dynamic channel management) 
  • FastVDO LLC v. Apple Inc. et al. (D. Del.) (digital image compression technology) 
  • HSM Portfolio LLC and Technology Properties Limited LLC v. Fujitsu Limited, et al. (D. Del.) (high-speed memory design)
  • Mediostream Inc. v. Acer Inc. et al. (N.D. Cal.) (computers, camcorders, Blu-ray disc drives, and software for video and audio editing)
  • AVG v. Electronic Arts (E.D. Tex.) (three dimensional graphics software, digital graphics systems, computer architecture and operating software) 
  • Applied BioSystems v. Micromass, et al., (D.Del.) (ion beam mass spectrometer technology)
bar and court admissions
  • New York
  • Registered Patent Attorney: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
professional organizations

The International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property; the American Intellectual Property Law Association, the Licensing Executives Society and the Intellectual Property Owners Association