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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A patent licensing company and its lawyers at Robbins Geller moved for sanctions Monday against Hewlett-Packard and two of its outside law firms, arguing that they improperly made payments to a poten
...has been on quite a roll. Now it's up to Fish & Richardson, Winston & Strawn, and Constantine Cannon to make sure Aereo's enemies...
Consumer electronics giant Apple, which was unburdened by debt until this week, is relying on Hogan Lovells as the company undertakes its first bond sale in more than two decades to help finance a $1
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...cybersecurity initiative's potential implications. Other Am Law 100 firms like Fish & Richardson, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Hogan Lovells, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher &...
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Jones Day hires a bankruptcy partner from Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft; Cozen O'Connor loses the cochair of its family law practice to Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel; and Quinn Emanuel Urquhart
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan expands its Washington, D.C., office with a health care fraud expert; Fish & Richardson hires the head of Weil, Gotshal & Manges's Boston litigation practice; and W
...Herrington & Sutcliffe. The trademark and copyright group at Fish & Richardson welcomes new of counsel ROBERT O'CONNELL JR. in...
...Timothy Holbrook in Atlanta and Fish & Richardson IP partner ...
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