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The world’s leading companies have one thing in common: innovative products and services. That’s why they turn to Fish — the global leader in intellectual property (IP) litigation. With 13 offices across the United States, China, and Germany, Fish protects clients’ most valuable IP business assets around the globe. We’ve earned our elite position by consistently winning the most important, technically sophisticated, and bet-the-company patent cases for such clients as Microsoft, Bose, Samsung, LG, Allergan, Power Integrations, USAA, and Gilead.

But one of our greatest strengths is providing long-term plans and solutions for clients, not just litigation advice. Making strategic decisions up front saves clients’ money and helps ensure a successful outcome.

Deep Knowledge, Seasoned Trial Lawyers, Big Wins

Our litigation teams include top-notch patent prosecutors who have a deep understanding of clients’ technologies, potential prior art, patent laws and rules, and the fine distinctions between claims. Together, we develop creative and winning litigation strategies that other firms would never think of.

With the No. 1 ranked patent litigation, International Trade Commission (ITC), and PTAB practices in the country, Fish is hands-down the most trusted and sought-after firm by Fortune 100 clients to handle their highest stakes, competitor-to-competitor IP and trademark litigation. They hire Fish because we know how to win from every angle – in district court, in the ITC, at the PTAB, and on appeal.

We take on the toughest cases even if it means losing a major battle before winning the war. Our clients stick with us when we win – and when we come in second – because of our track record of winning on Judgment as a Matter of Law (JMOL) and appeal. We are often brought in to “fix” cases that other firms are losing in district court or to flip them – or lessen the damages – on appeal.

At Fish, we don’t rely on a few rock star trial lawyers to try every patent and trademark case. Our deep bench includes over 100 attorneys with trial experience – many who argue their own appeals – and 24 former Federal Circuit clerks, more than any other firm.

Known for our creative, tenacious, problem-solving abilities – and deep fluency in every technology area and venue imaginable – we’re the go-to firm for the most technically complex and challenging cases of the world’s top brands. If there is a way to win, we will find it.

Our Unrivaled Winning Record

No IP firm can match Fish’s winning track record in patent litigation trials. In 2018, Fish won 14 patent cases in district courts and 23 patent cases at the Federal Circuit, and successfully resolved over 300 other patent cases. We filed appearances in 197 new district court patent cases, 66 more than our nearest competitor. On the appellate side, Fish was the busiest firm at the Federal Circuit, filing appearances in 109 new patent cases, 47 more than the next most active firm. We appeared in 202 matters at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, 36 more than our closest competitor. In addition, from 2017-2018, Fish was lead counsel in over 20% of all new ITC patent investigations and has been involved in more than 130 ITC investigations since 2000.

 


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