Douglas Nemec's practice concentrates on litigating complex cases involving intellectual property and technology. Mr. Nemec has led cases in state and federal courts from coast to coast, and has obtained positive results for clients in matters ranging from patent infringement to trade secrets to high-stakes licensing disputes. The technologies involved have been equally wide-ranging. With a background in bioengineering, Mr. Nemec has a particular fondness for life sciences matters, but has equal aptitude helping judges and juries to understand technological matters involving computers, electronics, industrial chemicals and mechanical structures. Having assisted Skadden's corporate lawyers with IP aspects of business transactions for over twenty years, Mr. Nemec takes particular pride in his ability to approach case strategy a keen understanding of the business impacts of litigation and the knowledge that "winning" means something different to each client in each case.
J.D., University of Minnesota Law School, 1996; B.S.E., Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania, 1993