Partners Frank A. Mazzeo and Joseph M. Konieczny were named 2018 Super Lawyers.

Frank A. Mazzeo is the founder and past chair of the Intellectual Property Section of the Bucks County Bar Association.  He also is past Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Section. As a partner in the intellectual property law firm Ryder, Mazzeo and Konieczny, LLC, Mr. Mazzeo practices in the areas of intellectual property litigation, trademarks, copyrights and patent prosecution. He has litigated all types of intellectual property cases, including complex patent infringement cases involving multiple patents and trademark and copyright infringement cases.  Mr. Mazzeo also has filed and/or maintained over 450 trademark registrations in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and in foreign trademark offices.

Joseph M. Konieczny has been practicing intellectual property law in the Philadelphia region for over 28 years.  He has extensive and comprehensive experience in every aspect of intellectual property.  He has successfully prosecuted hundreds of U.S. and foreign patents on behalf of his clients covering a wide variety of mechanical, chemical, composites, software, Internet, and electrical arts.  He has successfully prosecuted hundreds of trademark applications in the U.S. Trademark Office, and litigated numerous appeals, opposition proceedings and cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.  Mr. Konieczny also has litigated numerous patent and trademark disputes in federal courts throughout the U.S. for a wide variety of clients and technologies. 

Prior to co-founding Ryder, Mazzeo and Konieczny more than nine years ago, Mr. Mazzeo and Mr. Konieczny practiced in several Philadelphia patent boutique law firms.