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Barry Kramer, American lawyer. Bar: New York 1966, United States Patent Office 1966, Connecticut 1970, United States Court Appeals (federal circuit) 1982, United States Supreme Court 1991. Recipient American Jurisprudence prize, 1964-1965, Founder's Day award, New York University Law School, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Lambda Upsilon.


Kramer, Barry was born on February 21, 1939 in New York City. Son of Julius and Anna (Fisher) Kramer.


Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering cum laude, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1961. Juris Doctor cum laude, New York University, 1965.


Worked at Cummings & Lockwood (Stamford, Connecticut) specializing in General Practice including: National and Regional Litigation Counsel. Commercial Law; Bankruptcy and Workouts. Commercial Lending; Corporate Finance.

Creditors' Rights; Leasing. Mergers and Acquisitions. Partnerships and Joint Ventures.

Products Liability Litigation. Securities Regulation and Litigation. Tax; Commercial and Residential Real Estate.

Banking and Financial Services. Intellectual Property. Labor; Employment and Benefits.

Environmental; Health Law. Insurance; Family Law. Trusts and Estates, and Probate Litigation.

Admitted to the bar, 1966, New York. 1970, Connecticut, United States. District Court, District of Connecticut and United States.

District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. 1979, United States. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit. 1982, United States. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Registered to practice before United States. Patent and Trademark Office. 1991 United States. Supreme Court.

Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon. Co-Author: "Patent Law Practice Forms," Clark Boardman Company, Ltd., 1985, 1989. "Trademark Law Practice Forms," Clark Boardman Company, Ltd., 1986, 1989.

Editor, "Intellectual Property Law Review," Clark Boardman Company, Ltd., 1984-1987. Cummings & Lockwood, founded in 1909, is a full service law firm that caters to both commercial entities and individual clients, while maintaining a local, regional and national practice. In addition to serving its traditional client base, Cummings & Lockwood has steadily moved into new practice areas as the law has evolved and its clientele has expanded.

The firm maintains a high degree of technical expertise in many areas of the law, the flexibility to respond to business, market and investment trends, and a commitment to fulfill the needs of those who have sought its counsel.


Member: American Bar Association.


Married Judith Sondra Singer, March 26, 1961. Children: David, Marc.