Fish & Richardson Receives Top Firm Rankings from LMG Life Sciences in Four Practice Areas

Thirteen Fish attorneys named "Life Science Stars"

Fish & Richardson has received four coveted "Highly Recommended" rankings from LMG Life Sciences in the areas of Patent Prosecution, Patent Strategy and Management, General Patent Litigation, and Hatch-Waxman Patent Litigation (Branded). According to LMG Life Sciences, Fish is a "litigation powerhouse" and the firm's prosecution group is noted for its combination of "in-depth scientific knowledge with legal expertise" and "sound business perspective to the overall patent strategy."

In addition to the firm rankings, 13 Fish principals - John Adkisson, Gwilym Attwell, Juanita Brooks, Elizabeth Flanagan, Janis Fraser, Ph.D., Todd Garcia, Ph.D., Martina Tyreus Hufnal, Teresa Lavoie, Ph.D., Terry Mahn, Frank Scherkenbach, W. Chad Shear, Jonathan Singer, and Dorothy Whelan - were named "Life Sciences Stars" for their impressive work over the past year. Brooks was also recently named LMG Life Sciences' 2019 California Patent Litigator of the Year.

Fish's Life Sciences group works with large and small companies, along with academic and research institutions, to protect their most valuable innovations. Clients choose Fish because of the technical and scientific expertise of its internationally recognized attorneys. The firm offers biotechnology and pharmaceutical clients a wide range of services, including patent portfolio planning, strategic advice, opinions, and prosecution; litigation services, including representing branded companies in Hatch-Waxman cases; representation in post-grant proceedings including inter partes reviews before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board; FDA expertise; and counsel on licensing and other transactions.

LMG Life Sciences is the definitive guide to leading North American law firms and lawyers specializing in the life sciences industry. The attorney lists and rankings are derived from cumulative market insights and developments collected through a careful research process, which includes in-depth practice information provided by firms, hundreds of interviews conducted by researchers, and detailed client feedback.