Sherman W. Kahn is an attorney with Mauriel Kapouytian Woods, resident in the New York office. He acts as an arbitrator and represents clients in international arbitration proceedings presenting complex technical and commercial issues and has arbitrated under the AAA, JCAA , ICC and other arbitration and dispute resolution rules. The subject matter of these arbitrations has ranged from patent issues to construction, mining and commercial issues. Mr. Kahn also litigates patent matters involving complex technologies, such as programmable logic devices, microprocessors and controllers, memory devices, construction equipment, medical devices, supercomputers, LCD & PDP display devices, video and audio conferencing, mobile telephony and various computer software products and networking technologies. He also advises clients regarding information security and privacy issues for compliance and in regulatory proceedings and litigation. Mr. Kahn practiced in Morrison & Foerster’s Tokyo office for five years and during that time was licensed as a gaikokuho jimu bengoshi and a member of the Dai-Ni Tokyo Bar Association. Mr. Kahn is admitted to practice law in California, the District of Columbia and New York.