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Fish & Richardson Has 11 Attorneys Named to IAM Patent Litigation 250 – World’s Leading Patent Litigators

June 14, 2011

Press Releases

Fish & Richardson Has 11 Attorneys Named to IAM Patent Litigation 250 – World’s Leading Patent Litigators

June 14, 2011

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Firm also recognized as “one of the most revered firms for patent litigation in the U.S.”

Boston, MA, June 14, 2011 – Fish & Richardson today announced that 11 of its attorneys have been named to the IAM Patent Litigation 250 – The World’s Leading Patent Litigators, which was recently published by Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) magazine.  The guide, which identifies the top patent litigation lawyers in key jurisdictions around the globe, also recognized Fish as “one of the most revered firms for patent litigation in the United States” whose “competitors struggle to match its breadth of expertise.”

According to IAM, Fish’s attorneys have “tremendous depth of experience” and the magazine lauded the firm for its “all-round top quality.”  The 11 Fish attorneys on the IAM Patent Litigation 250 list include: Juanita Brooks (California), Ruffin B. Cordell (Washington, D.C.), Timothy Devlin (Delaware), David J. Healey (Texas), Gregory A. Madera (Boston), William J. Marsden, Jr. (Delaware), Thomas M. Melsheimer (Texas), Michael J. McKeon (Washington, D.C.), Frank P. Porcelli, Jr. (Boston), and Frank E. Scherkenbach (Boston).

“It is an honor to be recognized for our world-class patent litigation expertise at both the individual and firm level,” said Ann Cathcart Chaplin, Litigation Practice Group Leader for Fish & Richardson.  “We are proud of our reputation as the premier IP and litigation firm in the country; we deliver exceptional value and results to clients who trust us with their most complex patent matters.”

IAM’s research team spent four months interviewing numerous patent attorneys, in-house counsel, and clients in more than 25 countries to gather market intelligence on the leading players in the field.  The IAM Patent Litigation 250 is the result of that research and only those individuals who received sufficient positive feedback from clients and peers, and who were identified for their exceptional skill sets and profound insights into patent litigation, were included in the guide.  Criteria include depth of expertise, market presence, and the level of work they are typically engaged in.

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