Law, like life, offers no sure things. Yet every year it’s a pretty safe bet that Fish & Richardson will handle more patent litigation in the United States than any other firm. Indeed, in 2010, Fish handled 128 patent cases in federal district court, nearly twice as many as its closest competitor....
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...Jackson Lewis and Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart, IP boutique Fish & Richardson and general services firms Dykema Gossett, Hogan Lovells, Norton Rose Fulbright...
...against HP and its lawyers at K&L Gates and Fish & Richardson. USEI alleges that the company and its lawyers "secretly entered...
A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court that is often skeptical of patents embraced a key seed patent on Monday in the case of a Monsanto Co. soybean variety that was being replicated by savvy farmers
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A year after The American Lawyer exposed the daunting?and, in many cases, underfunded?pension obligations facing a host of Am Law firms, legal industry retirement plans were back in the spotlight Tue
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...ITC spokeswoman declined comment on the agency's caseload. Fish & Richardson partner Ruffin Cordell, a leading ITC practitioner, said he was "...
...Honored Fish & Richardson received the 2012 Exceptional Service Award for its commitment to...
Lawyers from Winston & Strawn and Husch Blackwell delivered a $1 billion patent verdict for Monsanto Co. against rival DuPont in a case that raised eyebrows among the intellectual property bar becaus
The sculptor of the Korean War Veterans Memorial could potentially receive millions of dollars as a result of the U.S. Postal Service's infringement of his work on a stamp, the U.S. Court of Appeals
Douglas A. Grimm, chair of Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young's health care practice group, served as a panelist in the Federal Health Care Reform Workshop hosted by the Southern New Jersey Chamber of Co
For the first time in an Eastern District of Texas courtroom, jurors in a patent trial recently got to ask questions of witnesses
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