Henry Brinks is a true elder statesman of intellectual property litigation. In more than 50 years of practice he has amassed an enviable record that includes major victories in the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals as well as numerous district courts. Henry is also a persuasive advocate before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, where his experience as an examiner helps him make compelling arguments on behalf of clients.
Although he has a long and successful career to look back on, Henry personifies the Brinks Gilson & Lione motto of thinking forward. He identifies closely with his clients and is able to anticipate their concerns in litigation and business planning. A 360-degree thinker, Henry is often able to identify new inventions, product lines and even trademarks that need intellectual property protection.
Henry is an effective champion for his clients, and his relationships with them often last for decades. He has repeatedly been recognized for excellence in publications including The Best Lawyers in America.