Former Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman partner Jeremy Pitcock is back in the news — and this time it’s for his role as a litigator, not a litigant.

Pitcock filed a patent infringement lawsuit Monday in Manhattan federal court on behalf of his client Wireless Ink Corp. against Google Inc. and Facebook Inc., according to this Bloomberg article. In its complaint, Wireless Ink, which operates a mobile content management and social networking software company called Winksite, alleges that Facebook’s Facebook Mobile application and Google’s Google Buzz infringe on one of its patents.

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