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 Wins Jury Verdict for Adobe in Patent SuitMarketWatchBOSTON, MA, Jan 28, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Fish & Richardson announced today that it won a jury verdict in federal district court in Boston for Adobe Systems Inc. in a patent infringement case brought by EveryScape, Inc., a software company ...and more »
IP Group Of The Year: Fish & RichardsonLaw360 (subscription)Law360, New York (January 26, 2015, 3:43 PM ET) -- The intellectual property attorneys at Fish & Richardson PC landed on Law360's IP Groups of the Year for the third year in a row by doing more of the same: winning major patent cases for the likes of …and more »
Fish & Richardson Named Top Trademark Law Firm for Fifth Straight Year by …Marketwired (press release)BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - Jan 29, 2015) - Fish & Richardson has been named a top trademark law firm for the fifth consecutive year by World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000, a guide to "the world's leading trademark legal services providers." WTR noted ...and more »
Fish & Richardson Elevates 14 Attorneys to PrincipalMetropolitan Corporate CounselFish & Richardson has announced that 14 attorneys have been named principals at the firm. The new Fish Intellectual Property (IP) Litigation Group principals are Brian Boyd, Corrin Drakulich, and Aamir Kazi (Atlanta); Sheryl Garko (Boston); David …
Fish & Richardson Named #1 in International Trade Commission Filings for 2014 …Business Wire (press release)WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fish & Richardson has been named the #1 firm at the International Trade Commission (ITC), with the most cases filed in 2014 according to The National Law Journal (NLJ). Fish handles more ITC patent litigation – about ...Fish & Richardson Named #1 in International Trade Commission FilingsMetropolitan Corporate Counselall 2 news articles »
Fish & Richardson law firm plans to expand in MinneapolisMinneapolis Star TribuneFish & Richardson, the storied national law firm that counts Thomas Edison and the Wright brothers among its early clients, announced Tuesday a significant expansion of its 20-year presence in Minnesota. The firm, with more than 400 attorneys in 12 ...Fish & Richardson Doubles Down in Minneapolis With Back-Office CenterWall Street Journal (blog)Law firm plans 130-person admin hub in MinneapolisMinneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal (blog)Fish & Richardson to make Minneapolis its administrative hubABA Journalall 4 news articles »
Tackling Teva and More at the U.S. Supreme CourtMetropolitan Corporate CounselMCC interviews John A. Dragseth, a principal in Fish & Richardson's Twin Cities office who has a broad-based patent and appellate practice. Mr. Dragseth discusses a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Teva Pharmaceuticals v. Sandoz, other IP ...
Aereo law firm Fish & Richardson stands in line for payment on a $117K legal tabBoston Business Journal (blog)Attorneys from Fish & Richardson represented Aereo successfully for a couple of years and through multiple federal court cases – right up until the matter reached the U.S. Supreme Court. Now that Aereo has declared Chapter 11, Fish & Richardson is left …
Meet the new model patent litigatorManaging Intellectual Property (subscription) (blog)Researching the article, we spoke to experienced litigators around the world, from firms such as Bird & Bird, Fish & Richardson, Hogan Lovells, Kim & Chang, Kirkland & Ellis, Quinn Emanuel, WilmerHale and Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co. We also ...
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Fish & Richardson moving jobs to Minneapolis from BostonBoston Business JournalIn an effort to save an estimated $3 million a year, Fish & Richardson plans to move nearly 80 administrative jobs from Boston to Minneapolis, expanding an administrative function that the firm already operates there. The cost savings will be realized …Another Law Firm Jumps On The 'Administrative Hub' BandwagonAbove the Lawall 2 news articles »
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