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The world’s leading companies have one thing in common: innovative products and services. That’s why they turn to Fish — the global leader in intellectual property litigation. With 12 offices across the US and in Munich, Germany, Fish protects clients’ most valuable IP business assets around the globe. We’ve earned our elite position by consistently winning the most important, technically sophisticated, bet-the-company patent cases for such clients as Microsoft, 3M, Bose, Samsung, LG, Allergan, and Smith & Nephew.

But one of our greatest strengths is providing long-term plans and solutions for clients, not just litigation advice. Making strategic decisions up front saves clients’ money and helps ensure a successful outcome.

Winning track record at all levels of the judicial system
Our record speaks for itself. Fish handled a total of 321 patent cases in 2015 – over triple as many cases as its nearest competitor but with the same number of people. Most important, we win the largest cases, worth billions of dollars and with whole businesses often on the line. That is why more Fortune 100 companies in the world trust Fish—over any other firm—to handle their mission-critical IP litigation.

For the past thirteen years, Corporate Counsel has named us the #1 patent litigation firm. U.S. News – Best Lawyers ®  recently named  Fish as the Patent Litigation “Law Firm of the Year”, and BTI Consulting has recognized us as an “IP Litigation Powerhouse”, to name a few honors that set us apart from the rest.

We can handle everything and are, quite simply, the absolute best at what we do.

Deep Knowledge, Seasoned Trial Lawyers, Big Wins
Fish has more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists practicing IP strategy and counseling, IP litigation, and commercial litigation. More than 300 attorneys have degrees in science or technology. Add to that the 80 PhDs on our staff, and you get a law firm with unmatched expertise in virtually every technology area. Our deep bench includes more than 70 former law clerks and over 25 former Federal Circuit clerks with in-depth knowledge of these courts, giving us an insider’s edge.

Our litigation teams include top-notch patent prosecutors who have a deep understanding of clients’ technologies, potential prior art, patent laws and rules, and the fine distinctions between claims. Together, we develop creative and winning litigation strategies that other firms would never think of.

In recent years, we have tried more than 20 percent of all the patent cases that were tried to verdict in the United States. Unlike some firms that build a practice around a single rock-star trial lawyer who tries every patent case, our attorneys have expertise in the most complex patent cases at every stage of the litigation: from Markman hearings and motions for summary judgment to trial and appeal.

There is no other firm that can match the quality, breadth, depth, and dominance of our IP litigation practice. This is why Fish wins so many significant cases day in and day out, and is often at the forefront of developing new case law.


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