April 7, 2016
David Barkan Named to Top 100 Lawyers by the Los Angeles Daily Journal
David M.Barkan,alitigationprincipal in Fish & Richardson’s Silicon Valley office, hasbeen namedone of the Top 100 lawyers in California for 2009. The Daily Journal, one of California’s leading legal publications, compiles the list of top lawyers in the state fromthousands ofnominationsreceived from lawyers, judges, and corporate counsel. Since the list’s inaugural appearance in 1997, the honorees have consistently been highlyinfluentialleadersmakinga meaningful difference in the legal industryand beyond. TheDaily Journal article noted Barkan’s extensivesoftware patent litigation experience, his achievements in the ITC, and his prior leadership role in the firm as the Nationwide Head of Litigation until 2007.
Barkanwas previously honored as one of the Top 75 intellectual property litigators in Californiafor2009 by the Daily Journaland was nameda “Northern California SuperLawyer” in the field of intellectual property litigation by Law & Politics magazinefor five straight years.He served as the firm’sfirst Nationwide Head of Litigation. Barkan has tried intellectual property cases before judges and juries in U.S. district courts, in the US International Trade Commission, and in arbitration proceedings.
May 14, 2021
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Named Fish & Richardson Principal Andrew Pearson an "Up & Coming Lawyer"
March 13, 2023
Fish & Richardson Names Joshua A. Griswold as Managing Principal of Dallas Office
December 5, 2016
Juanita Brooks and Jon Singer profiled in National Law Journal's special report "High Stakes, Significant Victories"
July 17, 2017
Fish & Richardson Elects Deanna Reichel as a Principal
February 17, 2009
Fish Receives Top Rankings in IP Law360 Surveys
July 14, 2014
Fish & Richardson Sends 33 Students to Space Camp
October 12, 2018
Fish & Richardson Associate Jared Smith Receives Pro Bono Publico Award
February 12, 2009
Corporate and Chancery Year in Review: Top 10 Delaware Corporate Opinions of 2006
May 5, 2013