Kyle D. Gooch is an experienced litigator focusing on complex commercial litigation, including consumer class actions, trademark infringement litigation, false advertising disputes, and general commercial litigation. Over his career, which includes time at one of the world’s largest law firms, based in New York City, he has represented a wide range of clients in the pharmaceutical, medical device, consumer products, food and beverage, and financial services industries. Kyle has experience managing complex litigations pending before the Commercial Division in New York County as well as various other state and federal courts around the country. Kyle also has substantial trial experience, including second-chairing a jury trial in New York Supreme Court and participating as a key member of trial teams in federal district court, federal bankruptcy court, and Delaware Chancery Court. Kyle has experience in all aspects of litigation, including case assessment, motion practice, e-discovery, depositions, trial, and appellate practice.
Kyle’s pro bono practice has included representing custodial parents in child support proceedings in Family Court and representing applicants in Supplemental Security Income proceedings.
RECENT PUBLICATIONS + SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
- Paul C. Llewellyn & Kyle D. Gooch, Supreme Court Declines to Review Fourth Circuit Holding that a Foreign Trademark Owner May Sue for Unfair Competition in the United States, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & TECHNOLOGY LAW JOURNAL (July 2017).
- Paul C. Llewellyn & Kyle D. Gooch, Does a PRIMROSE by Any Other Name Smell as Sweet?, Vol. 72, No. 3 INTA BULLETIN (Feb. 21, 2017).
- Richard A. De Sevo & Kyle D. Gooch, Forty Years Later: Unanswered Questions About American Pipe Tolling and the Impact of CAFA, BNA Class Action Litigation. Rep. (Dec. 2013).