Honigman adds a partner to its Intellectual Property Department
Christopher E. Hanba has joined Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP as a partner in the Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Group of the Intellectual Property Department. He will be located in the firm’s Chicago office.
Hanba’s practice focuses on patent litigation, but he has also defended clients in trade secret misappropriation and trademark infringement matters. He advises clients on intellectual property strategies, procurement, licensing negotiation, and litigation arising from patent, trade secret, copyright, trademark, unfair competition and licensing disputes. Hanba represents international companies, from blue-chip technology clients to small, aggressive start-ups. He has litigated in numerous federal counts and several times in the International Trade Commission. Hanba’s technology focus includes cellular technology, semiconductors, microprocessors, DRAM and NAND flash memory architecture, computer systems, software, network technology, mobile devices, biotechnology, digital camera technology, internet technology, medical devices, automotive devices, and sensor technology, software-based medical infrastructure services. Hanba comes to Honigman from the Chicago office of K&L Gates LLP.
Hanba is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the state of Illinois. Hanba earned a J.D. from the University of New Hampshire School of Law, where he was editor-in-chief of Pierce Law Review. He received a B.B.A. in computer information systems from the University of Michigan.