Mintz is pleased to share that Member Kenneth E. Jenkins, PhD, has been named to the Daily Journal’s 2020 Top IP Lawyers list, which honors leading California intellectual property lawyers who specialize in litigation, transactions, and counseling. As part of this recognition, he was featured in a special report published on March 18.
Mr. Jenkins is a highly regarded intellectual property attorney focused on patent prosecution and counseling work for life sciences, chemical, and energy technology companies. He has extensive patent procurement experience in disruptive bioscience and chemical technologies, such as antibody therapeutics, small molecule modulators, diagnostics, pharmaceutical formulations, stem cell therapies, nanotechnologies, and oil recovery technologies, among others. Leading companies and research institutions rely on Mr. Jenkins for strategic guidance, as well as for protection for their most complex and valued innovations.
In particular, the Daily Journal’s feature on Mr. Jenkins highlighted his legal career and scientific background, as well as his longstanding representation of the University of California, in which he works with researchers from campuses including San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles, Berkeley, Irvine, Merced, and Riverside. In addition, the article called out his work for numerous biosciences and biopharmaceutical companies, including City of Hope National Medical Center—a National Cancer Institute-designated research center, hospital, and graduate medical school in Duarte, north of Los Angeles.