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Patent Law BrochureOrganizations that value their intellectual property as a strategic and indispensable business asset choose Fish for our depth and breadth of legal experience, technical backgrounds and understanding, strong USPTO relationships, and litigation-focused patenting. With more than 220 patent attorneys and agents, and more than 65 PhDs across numerous technical areas, Fish works with companies across almost every identifiable industry. Our clients range from industry-leaders to newly formed start-ups, but all demand the same attention to detail, cost-consciousness, and personal attention for which Fish has become known. Outside interviews with our clients by numerous publications have led to significant industry recognition for our attorneys.

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