Fish & Richardson Announces Ranking as a Top National Trademark Practice by Managing Intellectual Property

Fish & Richardson announced today that it was included in MIP's rankings of top national trademark practices for both trademark litigation and trademark prosecution. In 2017, 10 principals - James Babineau, Edmond Bannon, Juanita Brooks, Lisa Greenwald-Swire, David Hosp, Chris Marchese, Kristen McCallion, Mark S. Puzella, Frank Scherkenbach, and Cynthia Walden - were recognized as "Trademark IP Stars" by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) magazine.

As part of the world's premier intellectual property (IP) law firm, Fish's Trademark and Copyright practice offers the resources of a global IP leader, the expertise of a boutique, and the personal service that comes with a local presence. Fish provides a full range of global trademark services through its 12 offices in the U.S. and Munich, Germany, including trademark counseling and prosecution, enforcement and litigation, licensing agreements and due diligence, and advertising counsel. Clients range from emerging companies to Fortune 500 corporations across a number of industries, including computer hardware and software, consumer products, life sciences, financial services, and the internet.

MIP's independent research is based on a weighted system of peer and client feedback, combined with a review of information obtained from surveys conducted with law firms and their clients in over 90 jurisdictions around the world. Inclusion is based solely on merit; no individual has paid to be included in the list.