Two years in, the former Weil IP litigation star has his mojo working at Tensegrity, but he may have moved too late to claim the biggest prizes
Originally Published: The Recorder
Two years in, the former Weil IP star has his mojo working at Tensegrity, but he may have moved too late to claim the biggest prizes
...office as an intellectual property partner. Baik was formerly with Freitas, Tseng, Baik & Kaufman, which he formed with three other partners from Orrick, Herrington...
...COUNSEL Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, Freitas Tseng Baik & Kaufman and Robert E. Freitas for Cross-defendants and Appellants. ...
Karen Boyd thought she'd be handling small pieces of big IP cases when started her own firm back in 2008. Instead, Boyd says she and her partner stumbled on to another need they could fill: Represent
Newly opened small IP litigation boutiques are finding a niche in a legal marketplace flooded with patent infringement suits brought by nonpracticing entities, more commonly known as patent trolls. A
Karen Boyd's six-lawyer firm is among the boutiques getting a lift from the wave of patent suits by so-called nonpracticing entities
...patent litigation boutique Freitas, Tseng, Baik & Kaufman. The firm opened for business in the...
...office have split off to form plaintiffs' patent litigation boutique Freitas, Tseng, Baik & Kaufman. The firm opened for business in Redwood Shores...
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