Fish Principal Kurt Glitzenstein Named "Go-To Intellectual Property Lawyer" by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly recently named Kurt Glitzenstein one of its "Go-To Intellectual Property Lawyers" for 2021. The award recognizes the top IP lawyers in the Commonwealth both for the depth of their legal knowledge and the successes they've achieved in the practice of intellectual property law.

Glitzenstein is the leader of Fish's Litigation Practice Group, which includes more than 250 trial lawyers in 14 U.S. and international offices, and serves as an elected member of the firm's Management Committee. He is the chief architect of the firm's innovative, client-centric approach to alternative fee arrangements (AFAs), which has become a model for industry best practices. He is nationally recognized for his work reengineering Fish's litigation business structure to provide better value, efficiency, and client service.

Glitzenstein also maintains a busy trial practice leading complex, high-stakes disputes for some of the world's most successful companies. He has served as lead trial counsel in numerous district court and International Trade Commission (ITC) cases, achieving success for his clients in critical disputes across a wide range of technology sectors. In his appellate practice, he has secured wins on a number of key legal issues. He has also directed strategy and coordination for a number of multinational patent disputes over the course of his almost three-decade career.