Lawrence E. Ashery Joins Caesar Rivise Law Firm as a Partner
Posted on Nov 5, 2014 in News
The intellectual property law firm Caesar Rivise, PC is pleased to announce that Lawrence E. Ashery has joined the firm as a partner. Mr. Ashery joined the firm from the RatnerPrestia firm, where he had been a shareholder.
Mr. Ashery is a registered patent attorney, with significant experience in all aspects of intellectual property law, and in particular the preparation and procurement of United States and international patents. To date, he has achieved the successful granting of over 4000 patents. Mr. Ashery works closely with his clients to understand their business strategies and to ensure that they are receiving the strongest protection available for their intellectual property. Mr. Ashery has significant experience both domestically and internationally, and has worked with clients ranging in size from just a few individuals to some of the largest corporations in the world.
Mr. Ashery received his B.S.E. degree (with honors) in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 1984 and his law degree from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law in 1990.
David Tener, Managing Partner of Caesar Rivise, welcomed Mr. Ashery back to the firm where he had been a summer clerk while a law student. “Larry’s prior history with Caesar Rivise and his prominence in the IP law community make him a great fit for the firm. His addition to our electronics and software group makes it second to none in depth of knowledge and legal expertise.”
With a proud heritage spanning more than 88 years, Caesar Rivise, PC is recognized as a leading intellectual property law firm. The firm has been called upon by its clients to obtain thousands of U.S. and international patents and trademark registrations and to act as lead counsel in hundreds of trials and appeals throughout the United States. The firm’s 19 attorneys include former patent examiners, Ph.D. and Master degreed lawyers with backgrounds in the fields of chemistry, chemical engineering, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, mechanical engineering, materials science, electrical engineering, computers, Internet and information technology.