In the piece Spencer Fane Adds Ex-Mayer Litigation Ace in Texas, reporter Lynn LaRowe profiled Kunal, and he shared what excites him about working for Spencer Fane. Noting that the firm “has been growing strategically,” he praised “the strong teams here in Plano and across the country” and how “this is also a firm where you get help marketing yourself as well as access to additional practice groups.”
The article Fish & Richardson Partner Departs for Spencer Fane highlighted DJ’s career and accomplishments. Talking with reporter Emma Cueto, DJ discussed the evolving intellectual property landscape and why she joined the firm. She noted the opportunity to “work with the sort of midsize companies and startups that often aren’t compatible with the rate structure of Big Law,” and also shared the following:
“I found that Spencer Fane [has] an overall business model that gives the partners a lot of flexibility in how they serve their clients’ needs and tailor fee arrangements to the client and the matter to maximize value for them. Spencer Fane pays partners for their success and rewards good results from creative arrangements.”
At Spencer Fane, Kunal provides clients with collaborative and proactive counsel, helping identify and avoid legal exposure while simultaneously best positioning them to successfully resolve litigious matters in an efficient and cost-effective manner. With clients ranging from corporations to businesses of all sizes to C-suite individuals, Kunal utilizes industry experience with a curated track record in successfully resolving disputes involving trade secret misappropriation, breach of restrictive covenants, hacking, fraud, breach of contract, discrimination, and retaliation.
DJ utilizes over 30 years of experience in planning and executing enforcement strategies and counter-strategies in federal and state courts, the ITC, the FTC, European courts and the European Commission. Recognized by the industry as one of the preeminent intellectual property litigators in the United States, DJ helps plaintiffs enforce their patents, protect their trade secrets, defend their copyrights, and deal with overreaching by others through antitrust and other business torts.