Fish & Richardson Announces 36 Attorneys Named "IP Stars" by Managing Intellectual Property Magazine

Fish & Richardson today announced that 36 of its attorneys have been recognized as "IP Stars" by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) magazine. The "IP Stars" list highlights the country’s leading intellectual property attorneys and is based on recommendations by peers and clients.

The 37 Fish principals named "IP Stars" include:

  • Gwilym Attwell (Patent, Delaware and Washington, D.C.)
  • James Babineau (Patent and Trademark, Austin and Boston)
  • Edmond Bannon (Patent and Trademark, New York)
  • Gregory Booker (Patent, Delaware)
  • Juanita Brooks (Patent and Trademark, Southern California)
  • Ruffin Cordell (Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  • Ahmed Davis (Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  • Sean Dean, Ph.D. (Patent, Boston)
  • John Dragseth (Patent, Twin Cities)
  • Janis Fraser, Ph.D. (Patent, Boston)
  • Todd Garcia, Ph.D. (Patent, Boston)
  • Kurt Glitzenstein (Patent, Boston)
  • Lisa Greenwald-Swire (Trademark, Silicon Valley)
  • John Hayden (Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  • DJ Healey (Patent, Houston)
  • David Hosp (Trademark, Boston and New York)
  • Thad Kodish (Patent, Atlanta)
  • Teresa Lavoie, Ph.D. (Patent and Trademark, Twin Cities and Silicon Valley)
  • Jolynn Lussier (Patent, Boston)
  • Terry Mahn (Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  • Christopher Marchese (Patent, Southern California)
  • Kristen McCallion (Trademark, New York)
  • Douglas McCann (Patent, Delaware)
  • Michael McKeon (Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  • Wes Musselman (Patent, Dallas)
  • John Pegram (Patent, New York)
  • John Phillips (Patent, Southern California)
  • Frank Porcelli (Patent, Boston and Delaware)
  • Mark Puzella (Trademark, Boston)
  • Karl Renner (Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  • Frank Scherkenbach (Patent and Trademark, Boston and Silicon Valley)
  • Franceska O. Schroeder (Patent, Washington, D.C.)
  • Jonathan Singer (Patent, Twin Cities and Southern California)
  • Robert Sullivan, Jr. (Patent, New York)
  • Cynthia Johnson Walden (Trademark, Boston)
  • Dorothy Whelan (Patent, Twin Cities)

MIP's research is based on independent interviews and surveys conducted with law firms and their clients in over 70 jurisdictions around the world. Inclusion is based solely on merit and recommendation by peers and clients. The surveys were conducted from November 2015 to February 2016.