“We are thrilled to welcome Alan and his litigation and transaction experience to our already well-established IP group. Although COVID-19 affected how we do business, Norris McLaughlin never ceased to assist our clients in any way we could, including in our recruitment opportunities as part of the long-term strategic growth and succession plan, and we’re not done yet,” said Andrew N. Parfomak, Administrative Partner of the firm’s New York office.
About Alan Tenenbaum
On joining the firm, Tenenbaum stated, “I’m proud to be a part of a firm that looks at the big picture, even amidst a global pandemic, and stays true to its values and vision. I look forward to working with this team and seeing what the future brings for Norris McLaughlin, not only for my practice but in its entirety, as there is surely more to come.”
Tenenbaum concentrates his practice on commercial and intellectual property litigation and counseling. He represents corporate clients throughout the United States and before the International Trade Commission in litigation involving patent, trademark, unfair competition, and other commercial claims. His litigation and trial work includes matters involving electronic hardware, software, consumer products, medical devices, chemicals, and both branded and generic pharmaceuticals.
Tenenbaum is a trusted general counsel to a variety of companies. Applying business solutions from a legal perspective, he works with clients to identify, acquire, protect, manage, and monetize products, technology, and intellectual property rights. He also negotiates IP and IT agreements and other complex agreements involving technology.
Tenenbaum frequently speaks and writes on the topics of patent litigation, software patents, and intellectual property involving emerging technology. He has been named in New York Super Lawyers® for several years, most recently in 2020. He is also rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell. Tenenbaum earned his J.D. with honors in 1988 from George Washington University and his B.S. in 1985 from Union College.