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Proskauer Rose LLP

11 TIMES SQUARE, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10036-8299, USA
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Work +1 212 969 3000
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Fax +1 212 969 2900
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www.proskauer.com

Steven Kayman

Tel:
Work (212) 969-3430
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Proskauer Rose LLP

Work Department

Litigation

Position

Steven Kayman is a partner in Proskauer's Litigation Department. He focuses on intellectual property litigation but, in his 30-plus years of practice — all with Proskauer — he also has had extensive experience litigating disputes involving securities, bankruptcies and workouts, real estate, employment, contracts and many other commercial matters. Steve founded Proskauer’s Non-Compete and Trade Secrets Group and has served as a co-head of the group for many years. He also chaired Proskauer’s firmwide Technology Committee for eight years, with oversight responsibility for all of Proskauer’s information services, technology, knowledge management and practice support operations.


United States: Intellectual property

Trade secrets (litigation and non-contentious matters)

Within: Trade secrets (litigation and non-contentious matters)

Proskauer Rose LLP’s group counts high-profile names in entertainment, sports, life sciences and the arts among its clients. The team is also active in financial services, handling matters ranging from restrictive covenants to unfair competition claims for companies such as MetLife and Citizens Financial Group. It continues to assist Creative Artists Agency with claims of tortious interference, unfair competition and breach of contract against its former employees hired by United Talent Agency; Anthony Oncidi in Los Angeles and Guy Brenner in Washington DC are leading the advice. The American Diabetes Association is also a client. Joseph Baumgarten and Elise Bloom head the department from New York, where John Barry, Gregory Rasin and Steven Kayman are also noted.

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