ANDREW K. BEVERINA, an intellectual property litigation lawyer practicing in the firm’s Litigation and ITC Litigation practice groups, has extensive experience representing plaintiffs and defendants before the International Trade Commission (ITC), in district court, and at the Federal Circuit. Mr. Beverina’s clients include several Fortune 500 companies.
In addition to litigating on behalf of his clients, Mr. Beverina advises foreign and domestic companies on all aspects of intellectual property protection, providing infringement and validity opinions, conducting due diligence and resolving matters through alternative dispute resolution.
Mr. Beverina has worked with companies throughout the United States, Japan, Germany and France to develop intellectual property protection strategies for a variety of technologies including pharmaceuticals, automotive glass, automotive electronics, semiconductors, cosmetics, photocopier equipment and textile dyeing.
Mr. Beverina is the author of “KSR’s Effect on Patent Law,” which appeared in the Michigan Law Review in October 2007. In 2009, he was named a “Rising Star” in Intellectual Property Law in Super Lawyers magazine. He is involved in a pro bono group that assists the Federal Public Defenders Service for the Eastern District of Virginia.