Dmytro Panchenko

Dmytro Panchenko
Dmytro Panchenko is an associate in Weil’s Patent Litigation practice, where he focuses on litigating patent disputes in U.S. district courts and proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

Dmytro has served on Weil teams representing clients in a variety of fields, including consumer products, cybersecurity, healthcare and life sciences, and media and entertainment.

Dmytro’s pro bono practice has involved assisting with post-conviction relief of incarcerated individuals and an investigation into constitutional violations by the California Department of Corrections Parole Board in partnership with the Center for Constitutional Rights.

Dmytro received his J.D. from Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and served as Articles Editor for the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review. Dmytro received his B.S., cum laude, in Physics and Mathematics from Pacific Union College. Prior to pursuing his legal career, he engaged in postgraduate research with the Electron Beam Ion Trap group at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and is the author of several scientific publications in the areas of atomic physics and X-ray spectroscopy.

Dmytro is fluent in Russian and Ukrainian.