Noted intellectual-property lawyer Henry Bunsow is leaving Howrey for Dewey & LeBoeuf, according to a release by Dewey. Joining him are partners Denise De Mory and Brian Smith. Click here for a piece on the move from the BLT blog.
Bunsow's undergrad and law degrees are University of Nevada, B.S.E.E., 1971 and University of Santa Clara Law School, J.D., cum laude, 1974. He has had a number of patent cases in ED Texas; from Martindale:
Many of his recent trials have been in Texas including nine in the Eastern District of Texas. His successes include: winning two jury trials in Dallas before Judge Barbara Linn; winning a defense case jury verdict before Judge Paul Brown in Sherman; winning seven plaintiff jury verdicts before Judge T. John Ward in Marshall; and winning a favorable settlement during a jury trial before Magistrate Judge Chad Everingham in Marshall. Henry has appeared at numerous Markman hearings, motions and court conferences. He is presently lead counsel in cases pending in Marshall, Tyler and Texarkana, Texas, in addition to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland, California, the Eastern District of Virginia and other jurisdictions.