LMG Life Sciences Awards Top Rankings to Fish & Richardson; 16 Principals Named 2022 "Life Sciences Stars"

Fish & Richardson has received four coveted "Highly Recommended" rankings from LMG Life Sciences in the areas of General Patent Litigation, Hatch-Waxman Patent Litigation (Branded), Patent Prosecution, and Patent Strategy and Management. In addition, 16 principals were named "Life Sciences Stars" for their notable work over the past year:

  • John Adkisson
  • Gwilym Attwell
  • Juanita Brooks
  • Corrin Drakulich
  • Betsy Flanagan
  • Janis Fraser, Ph.D.
  • Todd Garcia, Ph.D.
  • Christine Goddard
  • Kevin Gray
  • Terry Mahn
  • Douglas McCann
  • Frank Scherkenbach
  • Chad Shear
  • Jonathan Singer
  • Dorothy Whelan
  • T. Tony Zhang

Earlier this month, LMG Life Sciences named Fish & Richardson its 2022 national "Intellectual Property Firm of the Year," "General Patent Litigation Firm of the Year," and "Intellectual Property Boutique Firm of the Year" at the organization's annual LMG Life Sciences Awards.

The world's most innovative life sciences companies, academic institutions, and research organizations trust Fish's Life Sciences Group - with its more than 115 attorneys and technical specialists with biology, chemistry, or genetic engineering degrees, including over 50 attorneys with Ph.D.s - to handle their most important and technically sophisticated work. Fish's litigation practice is known for its ability to handle massive, high-profile patent disputes requiring extensive global litigation coordination, and the firm is a leader in Hatch-Waxman litigation for branded pharmaceutical companies.

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.