CRBCP Adds Office and Litigator in Wilmington, Delaware
Posted on Jul 29, 2014 in News
CRBCP is pleased to announce that it has opened a Wilmington, Delaware office. The office will focus on litigation in the State and Federal Courts of Delaware, with a particular emphasis on intellectual property and commercial litigation. The office is conveniently located in King Street Plaza adjacent to the United States District Court for the District of Delaware.
According to firm Managing Partner, David M. Tener, expanding the firm’s 88-year presence in the Delaware Valley to include a Wilmington office is a natural extension of the firm’s ability to act as lead or local counsel in the courts of Pennsylvania and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. “Our clients, both domestic and international, frequently find themselves litigating their disputes in Delaware, and we are happy to more fully accommodate their needs by opening our Delaware office. Members of our ANDA team have been particularly active representing our pharmaceutical clients in Hatch-Waxman litigation in the U.S. District Court in Delaware and welcome the addition of a more convenient base for our operations.”
The Delaware office is headed by R Touhey Myer, who has returned to the firm as a partner. Mr. Myer was previously Of Counsel to the firm and most recently he practiced as a litigator with a law firm in Delaware. Mr. Myer is a registered patent attorney whose practice includes all aspects of intellectual property law, including litigating and prosecuting patent and trademark matters, preparing freedom-to-operate opinions and determining the value of patents and other intellectual property. He has particular experience litigating complex patent cases before the U. S. District Court for the District of Delaware. Prior to practicing as a patent attorney, Mr. Myer worked as an Assistant Solicitor for Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He is admitted to practice in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and is also a member of the Philadelphia Intellectual Property Law Association, the Benjamin Franklin American Inn of Court, and the Delaware Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. An engineering graduate of Drexel University, Mr. Myer received his law degree from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law.
With a proud heritage spanning more than 85 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 US and international patents and trademark registrations and to act as lead counsel in hundreds of trials and appeals throughout the United States.