Larry Kunin is a partner in the firm’s Litigation practice and serves as Chair of the firm's Technology and Intellectual Property Litigation Practice. Mr. Kunin concentrates in commercial, business, technology and intellectual property litigation and consultation, including issues related to contract disputes, software performance, technology implementation, trade secrets, trademarks and copyrights, data security and breach issues. He is also available to serve as a special master or mediator in disputes involving business law, technology or e-discovery.
During his career, Mr. Kunin has litigated disputes in state and federal courts throughout the country. Mr. Kunin’s clients have ranged from large publicly traded technology companies, including Microsoft and McKesson Corporation, to startup companies and individuals. Using his background in the computer field, Mr. Kunin is able to understand and investigate complex technology issues and present such issues to a court, arbitration panel or other dispute resolution forum.
Prior to joining Morris, Manning & Martin in March 2000, Mr. Kunin practiced corporate litigation in Miami, Florida and is a member of the Georgia and Florida Bars. Mr. Kunin gained computer and technology experience while employed as a computer programmer and analyst for The Miami Herald from 1986-92.