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A. John P. Mancini

A. John P. Mancini

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John Mancini is a Partner in Mayer Brown’s New York office and Co-Chair of the Firm’s Global Intellectual Property Practice Group, which has been ranked as one of the leading IP Practice groups globally. John’s practice focuses on patent, copyright, trademark, trade dress and trade secret litigation in federal and state courts across the country, as well as before the ITC, USPTO, and TTAB. John has represented both public and private companies in a wide range of industries and has successfully tried numerous complex intellectual property cases to successful bench and jury verdicts, all as lead counsel. In particular, John has represented some of the leading technology, media and telecom companies, as well as some of the leading global consumer brands, including: Google, Motorola Mobility, Virgin Media, Nestlé, Kellogg, and Avago Technologies.

John also works with clients on intellectual property counseling and transactional matters, frequently advising clients in connection with their overall IP protection and brand-building strategies and on IP issues in the context of complex transactional matters, including licensing, disposition, and securitization of intellectual property assets. In addition, John regularly advises clients, particularly financial institutions and insurance companies, on compliance with privacy and security obligations relating to the storage, maintenance, and transfer of non-public personal information, and on minimizing liability for unauthorized access to such information, including identity theft.

John is ranked as one of the “leading lawyers” for trade secret litigation by the Legal 500 and is also ranked in New York Super Lawyers, Managing Intellectual Property and IAM 1000. John has been recognized by Legal 500 as: “very professional and ready to spend all the time he can give to the case”; “approachable and experienced”; “an excellent negotiator and advocate” and “is praised for his ‘very deep experience, on both traditional and contemporary copyright issues’”.

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