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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