32 Fish & Richardson Attorneys Named 2020 "IP Stars" by Managing Intellectual Property Magazine

Fish & Richardson has 32 of its attorneys recognized as 2020 "IP Stars" by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) magazine.

Three principals - Juanita Brooks, Dr. Teresa Lavoie, Ph.D., and Dorothy Whelan - were also named to MIP's "Top 250 Women in IP" list, which "recognizes female IP practitioners in private practice who have performed exceptionally for their clients and firms in the past year."

The 32 Fish attorneys named "IP Stars" include:

  1. Gwilym Attwell(Patent, Delaware)
  2. James Babineau(Patent, Texas)
  3. Edmond Bannon(Patent, New York)
  4. Keith Barritt(Trademark, Washington, D.C.)
  5. Gregory Booker(Patent, Delaware)
  6. Juanita Brooks(Patent, California)
  7. Ruffin Cordell(Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  8. Ahmed J. Davis(Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  9. Sean Dean, Ph.D.(Patent, Massachusetts)
  10. John Dragseth(Patent, Minnesota)
  11. Janis Fraser, Ph.D.(Patent, Massachusetts)
  12. Todd Garcia, Ph.D.(Patent, Massachusetts)
  13. Kurt Glitzenstein(Patent, Massachusetts)
  14. Lisa Greenwald-Swire(Trademark, California)
  15. John Hayden(Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  16. Danielle (DJ) Healey(Patent, Texas)
  17. Martina Tyreus Hufnal(Patent, Delaware)
  18. Thad Kodish(Patent, Georgia)
  19. Teresa Lavoie, Ph.D.(Patent, California and Minnesota)
  20. Terry Mahn(Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  21. Christopher Marchese(Patent and Trademark, California)
  22. Kristen McCallion(Trademark and Copyright, New York)
  23. Douglas McCann(Patent, Delaware)
  24. Michael McKeon(Patent, New York and Washington, D.C.)
  25. Wes Musselman(Patent, Texas)
  26. John Phillips(Patent, California)
  27. Karl Renner(Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  28. Frank Scherkenbach(Patent, California and Massachusetts)
  29. Jonathan Singer(Patent, California and Minnesota)
  30. Robert Sullivan, Jr.(Patent, New York)
  31. Cynthia Walden(Trademark and Copyright, Massachusetts)
  32. Dorothy Whelan(Patent, Minnesota)

MIP's independent research is based on a weighted review of information submitted by firms, peer and client feedback, and publicly available information. Inclusion is based solely on merit; no individual has paid to be included in the list.