This Am Law 100 firm is the result of an October 2011 merger between Boston’s Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge (itself the product of various mergers, including the 2005 union of two of Boston’s premier finance and intellectual property law firms) and Wildman, Harrold, Allen & Dixon,...
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...He also worked as chief client development officer at both Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge (now Edwards Wildman Palmer) and Theodora Oringher. He received his...
...patent attorney for its New York office. Pollack, previously of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, earned his J.D. at Boston College and also holds...
...Ben Goodger, a partner in the London office of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, is behind the launch of ...
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