Choate Honored for Excellence in Patent Law

Press Release

 | June 14, 2017

Choate announced today that the IAM Patent 1000 has recognized it for excellence in patent law. It was also one of only a small number of firms to be “Highly Recommended” in the IP Prosecution category in Massachusetts.

Six Choate attorneys – Carlos Perez-Albuerne, Karen Copenhaver, Robert Frank, Jr., Dr. Brenda Herschbach Jarrell, Dr. Charles Lyon, and Eric Marandett – were also selected for inclusion in the prestigious ranking.

According to IAM the Firm’s approach to collaboration is what truly sets it apart in the market as “…ideas are seamlessly exchanged and cross-divisional teams assembled to provide the optimal expertise for each brief.” Additionally, “[l]ong-term interests are always kept front and centre; the team proactively searches for innovative ways in which portfolios can be expanded and monetised.”

IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Professionals 2017 has become the definitive directory exclusively dedicated to identifying the world’s leading patent services providers through a unique guide that identifies and profiles leading private practice patent professionals and firms in the world’s key jurisdictions.

For additional details on the IAM Patent 1000, please read the press release.

 

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