Fish & Richardson

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URL: www.fr.com
Main Office: National
Participating Offices: Atlanta; Boston; Dallas; New York; Redwood City, CA; San Diego; Twin Cities, MN; Washington, D.C.; Wilmington
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Comment by: Anonymous Posted: March 8, 10
Fish and Richardson used to be a great place to work. Now I hate it here but there are so few jobs I can't leave. From unethical practices to low staff ratios to overworking associates, they'll do anything to preserve the bottom line. Culture is out the window.
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Fish & Richardson Doubles Down in Minneapolis With Back-Office Center
The latest law firm to hop on the back-office bandwagon is Fish & Richardson P.C., a 400-plus attorney firm known for its expertise in intellectual property and patent litigation. On Tuesday the firm announced that it plans to consolidate its administrative functions in Minneapolis, Minn., where it...
Fish & Richardson Doubles Down in Minneapolis With Back-Office Center
The latest law firm to hop on the back-office bandwagon is Fish & Richardson P.C., a 400-plus attorney firm known for its expertise in intellectual property and patent litigation. On Tuesday the firm announced that it plans to consolidate its administrative functions in Minneapolis, Minn., where it...
Fish & Richardson Doubles Down in Minneapolis With Back-Office Center
The latest law firm to hop on the back-office bandwagon is Fish & Richardson P.C., a 400-plus attorney firm known for its expertise in intellectual property and patent litigation. On Tuesday the firm announced that it plans to consolidate its administrative functions in Minneapolis, Minn., where it...

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Fish & Richardson Win for Power Integrations Named a “Top IP Verdict of 2014 …MarketWatchFish & Richardson is a global patent, intellectual property (IP) litigation, and commercial litigation law firm with more than 400 attorneys and technology specialists across the U.S. and Europe. Fish has been named the #1 patent litigation firm in the …Fish & Richardson | Fish Win for Power Integrations Named a “Top IP Verdict of …Linex Legal (press release) (registration)all 3 news articles »
Fish & Richardson Receives Top Tier 1 National Rankings in Patent Prosecution …Business Wire (press release)BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fish & Richardson announced today that both its Patent Prosecution and Patent Litigation practices received a top Tier 1 national ranking from The Legal 500 guide to the most preeminent U.S. law firms. Fish also received top ...and more »
Fish & Richardson | Fish Named #1 Powerhouse Firm in Complex IP Litigation …Linex Legal (press release) (registration)Boston, MA, July 10, 2014 – Fish & Richardson today announced that it has been named the #1 “Powerhouse” law firm that general counsel rely on for “Complex IP Litigation” according to BTI Consulting Group's Intellectual Property Outlook report. Fish …and more »
Fish & Richardson Named #1 Powerhouse Firm for Complex Patent Work by …Business Wire (press release)BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fish & Richardson today announced that it has been named the #1 law firm that general counsel rely on for “Complex Patent Work” according to BTI Consulting Group's Intellectual Property Outlook report. Fish topped the list of ...and more »
Local Fish attorneys selected as 'IP Stars'San Diego Source (subscription)Five Fish & Richardson attorneys in San Diego have been recognized as “IP Stars” by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) magazine. The local Fish principals are Juanita Brooks, Teresa Lavoie, Ph.D., Christopher Marchese, Lisa Martens and John Phillips.and more »
Fish & Richardson | Fish Successfully Defends Teacher's Free Speech Rights In …Linex Legal (press release) (registration)Fish & Richardson attorneys recently teamed up with the American Civil Liberties Union (ALCU) in securing a favorable settlement on behalf of long-term substitute teacher Mr. Jonathan Hurley with the Town of Sandwich Public Schools on allegations that ...
Fish & Richardson | Fish & Richardson Sends 33 Students to Space CampLinex Legal (press release) (registration)Boston, MA, July 14, 2014 – Fish & Richardson announced today that for a 16th straight year, 33 students and their teacher chaperones from across the country have been awarded full scholarships to attend the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Space Camp in ...
Fish & Richardson | Fish & Richardson to Provide Pro Bono Trademark Support …Linex Legal (press release) (registration)Boston, MA, July 16, 2014 – Fish & Richardson is proud to announce its legal support of “Passport to Freedom,” the Sabre signature corporate responsibility program to help fight human trafficking and provide support to survivors. Fish's Trademark and ...
Fish & Richardson | Skyhorse Publishing and Author Fred Stoller Win Seinfeld …Linex Legal (press release) (registration)New York, NY, July 15, 2014 – Fish & Richardson announced today that its client, Skyhorse Publishing, Inc., and comedian/author Fred Stoller have won a defamation lawsuit brought on by Kenny Kramer – the real life inspiration for “Cosmo Kramer” on the ...and more »
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Settlement Ends Long-Rolling Skee-Ball TM DisputeCorporate Counsel (registration)The case did not progress very far, and in the spring Full Circle called in the big guns: It hired intellectual property powerhouse Fish & Richardson to represent it. In May, Fish partners Kristen McCallion and John Johnson filed a petition with the …and more »
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