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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 Attorney Natalie Arbaugh Named Among Texas' BestBusiness Wire (press release)Fish & 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 …and more »
Kilpatrick Townsend Scores IP Atty From Fish & RichardsonLaw360 (subscription)A former Fish & Richardson PC principal has joined Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP's intellectual property practice as a partner in its Washington, D.C., office, seeking to expand on more than a decade of experience in patent litigation and …and more »
Fish & Richardson Receives Artistic License AwardMetropolitan Corporate CounselFish & Richardson is pleased to announce that the firm has received the Artistic License Award from the California Lawyers for the Arts (CLA). The award recognizes Fish's pro bono work protecting intellectual property on behalf of low-income artists …
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Fish & Richardson Wins Dallas Appeals Court Ruling that Upholds Mark Cuban …Business Wire (press release)DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mark Cuban is winning again even though his team doesn't officially begin the 2014-15 NBA season for another month. Yesterday, the 5th Court of Appeals in Dallas upheld a trial court's decision to dismiss a lawsuit filed …Texas appeals court: Cuban prevails over Perot Jr. and Hillwood againDallas Morning NewsCuban Not Running Mavs Into Ground, Appeals Court RulesLaw360 (subscription)all 23 news articles »
Fish & Richardson Enhances Customer Engagement with ON24 Webinar PlatformIT Business NetSAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Fish & Richardson, an international law firm dedicated to intellectual property, litigation and technology law, has developed with ON24 a thought leadership webcast series supporting business development ...and more »
Fish & Richardson | If ANDA is Silent on Infringement, then Infringement is …Linex Legal (press release) (registration)Fed Cir affirmed dismissal of Ferring's Hatch-Waxman infringement claim as moot after Apotex's amendment to its ANDA rendered it non-infringing. The patents covered an extended-release drug and required that less than “about 70%” of the active …
Fish & Richardson | District Court Properly Clarified Claim Construction Post …Linex Legal (press release) (registration)Fed Cir affirms JMOL of non-infringement. The patent covers a method remotely managing an electronic device that required “establishing a connection between the wireless device and the server” and “transmitting” information “from the server to the …
Fish & Richardson | N.D. Ga. Rejects Indefiniteness Argument under Nautilus v …Linex Legal (press release) (registration)Was Nautilus much ado about nothing? In the wake of the Supreme Court's June decision in Nautilus, Inc. v. Biosig Instruments, Inc., many have speculated as to whether the Court's new formulation of the indefiniteness test would have significant impact.
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Winning Women: Natalie ArbaughTexas LawyerBefore she turned 40, Fish & Richardson Dallas principal Natalie Arbaugh had managed and tried one of the largest and most complex fraud cases in Texas history. Arbaugh represented whistleblower Allen Jones, a former investigator for the Pennsylvania ...
Fish & Richardson | Federal Circuit Affirms Inequitable Conduct Finding in …Linex Legal (press release) (registration)The Federal Circuit's recent decision in Apotex, Inc. v. UCB, Inc., — F.3d —-, 2014 WL 3973498 (Aug. 15, 2014), confirms that the doctrine of inequitable conduct is not yet dead. The Federal Circuit significantly tightened the standard for proving a …and more »
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