Managing IP names three Brinks Attorneys from Michigan In 2015 IP Stars edition
ANN ARBOR – Brinks Gilson & Lione, one of the largest intellectual property law firms in the U.S., announces three attorneys from the Ann Arbor office are among 10 Brinks attorneys selected by Managing Intellectual Property magazine to appear in its second edition of IP Stars for 2015.
Ann Arbor office managing partner Steven L. Oberholtzer
, along with shareholder Lawrence G. (L.G.) Almeda and associate attorney Joshua E. Ney, Ph.D.
, were all included on the list. Additionally, IP Stars recognized the firm as a whole for its work in the Copyright, Patent Contentious, Patent Prosecution, Trademark Contentious, and Trademark Prosecution categories. The publication noted Brinks' strong reputation for expertise in litigation, patent prosecution and licensing, and called out its well-known trademark practice, which covers both enforcement and non-contentious work involving search and clearance, prosecution and licensing.
The Brinks team includes attorneys, scientific advisors, and patent agents who hold advanced degrees in all fields of technology and science, and provide expertise in all aspects of patent, trademark, unfair competition, trade secret and copyright law.
Managing Intellectual Property conducted surveys covering more than 80 countries with industry clients and peers to identify its list of the leading IP attorneys in the United States and to provide insight into the complex U.S. IP legal market for in-house counsel at Fortune 500 companies.
IP Stars is distributed to Managing Intellectual Property's 11,000+ international readers as a one-stop reference guide for in-house counsel and private-practice lawyers. The magazine is a leading source of news and analysis on intellectual property developments worldwide, and is part of the Euromoney Legal Media Group. More information is at www.miphandbook.com.