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Zachary C. Howenstine

Zachary Howenstine is a member of the firm’s Litigation practice group. For organizations in various industries, he counsels regarding a wide variety of matters including security clearance, facility clearance and intellectual property litigation.

Security and facility clearance. Zach assists clients with security and facility clearance matters in all stages of the process. He manages issues before they become problems and steps in to handle concerns regarding proper clearance to work with the Department of Defense, military services and other agencies. Zach also reviews SF-86 questionnaires for concerns that may delay clearance.

Intellectual property litigation. Zach focuses on complex intellectual property matters pending in state, federal and appellate courts throughout the United States. Within this area, he prosecutes and defends claims involving patent infringement, including claim construction, and trademark infringement for and private and public companies.

Committed to effective case management, Zach is well-versed in all phases of discovery, trial preparation and negotiation of settlements with opposing counsel. He strives to achieve the most desirable outcomes for clients while still anticipating and exploring alternative scenarios for resolution.


Prior to joining the firm, Zach was a law clerk for Senior U.S. District Judge E. Richard Webber. Before attending law school he provided customer translation services for German Railways and taught English in China.