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Many companies, from start-ups to the nation’s largest corporations, rely on Fish to resolve their business disputes. The reason is simple. Clients know that the formidable prowess of Fish’s commercial litigation group goes hand in hand with the firm’s stellar intellectual property litigation practice. The two are related, in that the knowledge and experience that come from a long history of IP work give us an undeniable advantage in trying intricate, complex, high-profile, and high-stakes commercial cases.

Our litigators bring to those cases a mind-set to make the complex understandable, a legacy of the extremely technical patent trials for which the firm is so famous. It is, therefore, no coincidence that we have been significantly involved in the three largest litigations—in terms of amount in controversy—in U.S. history: Enron, WorldCom, and the 9/11 litigation.

We have a deep bench of distinguished trial lawyers, most of whom have been taking cases to verdict since the earliest stages of their careers. They are highly adept at all stages of complex litigation—from pretrial through appeal—and are not afraid to bring bold or previously untried strategies to bear on difficult matters. Their credentials are outstanding—three are former federal prosecutors, and 19 held federal judicial clerkships: six in Courts of Appeals and 13 in U.S. District Courts.

Fish solves problems, whether our client is bringing the fight or having the fight brought to them. We have a compelling record of obtaining litigation results in federal and state courts across the country. We can deliver the benefits of our nationwide experience and familiarity with local courts and practice. We are uniquely positioned to handle any case that can benefit from understanding and explaining science and technology or presenting expert evidence.We are proud of our record of success and our strong commitment to our clients and their business goals.

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December 7, 2016
Sanctions for Failure to Conduct a Reasonable Inquiry Into Factual/Legal Basis for Discovery Responses
Sanctions for Failure to Conduct a Reasonable Inquiry Into Factual/Legal Basis for Discovery Responses
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December 1, 2016
False Claims Act: Recent First Circuit Opinion on Remand in U.S. ex rel. Escobar v. United Health Services
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November 30, 2016
Arbitration Risks: Why Arbitration is Not Necessarily Better, Faster, or Cheaper Than Litigation.
Arbitration Risks:  Why Arbitration is Not Necessarily Better, Faster, or Cheaper Than Litigation.
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November 16, 2016
The Corporate Litigant and Rule 30(b)(6) Depositions: The Duty to Prepare the Corporate Representative to Testify
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November 7, 2016
Federal Copyright Preemption of State Law Claims – Still a Powerful Defense Tool in Commercial Litigation
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The Interplay of the Defend Trade Secrets Act, Inevitable Disclosure, and Non-Competes
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Fish Receives Top “Band 1” National Rankings for Intellectual Property and ITC Practices in Chambers USA 2016
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