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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Former Chief Judge of Popular Patent Court to Join Fish & Richardson
Judge Leonard Davis, the former chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, will step down from the bench in May and will join the Fish & Richardson law firm.
Former Chief Judge of Popular Patent Court to Join Fish & Richardson
Judge Leonard Davis, the former chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, will step down from the bench in May and will join the Fish & Richardson law firm.
Former Chief Judge of Popular Patent Court to Join Fish & Richardson
Judge Leonard Davis, the former chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, will step down from the bench in May and will join the Fish & Richardson law firm.

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Former Chief Judge of Popular Patent Court to Join Fish & RichardsonWall Street Journal (blog)Judge Leonard Davis, the former chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, will step down from the bench in May and will join the Fish & Richardson law firm. At the firm, Judge Davis will consult the firm's clients on …Tyler federal judge to join Fish & RichardsonDallas Morning NewsFormer Chief Judge Leonard Davis to join Fish & RichardsonReutersFormer Eastern District Chief Judge Leonard Davis to Join Fish & RichardsonTexas LawyerIPPro The Internet -Metropolitan Corporate Counselall 10 news articles »
Departing Eastern District Judge Joins Fish & RichardsonLaw360 (subscription)Law360, Dallas (March 30, 2015, 4:52 PM ET) -- One of the busiest patent judges in the country, Eastern District of Texas Judge Leonard Davis, will join Fish & Richardson PC when he steps down from the bench in May, the firm announced Monday.
Justices Won't Mull Judge's Fish & Richardson Ties In IP RowLaw360 (subscription)Law360, New York (March 23, 2015, 2:46 PM ET) -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review a suit against Continental Airlines Inc. in which the patent holder plaintiff argued that a jury verdict invalidating the at-issue patents should be …and more »
Fish & Richardson Wins Federal Circuit Affirmance of Three Inter Partes …MarketWatchWASHINGTON, DC, Mar 16, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Fish & Richardson announced today that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has issued a Rule 36 affirmance of three inter partes reviews (IPRs) that were filed against three ...and more »
Fish & Richardson Principal Ahmed J. Davis Named a “Most Influential Black …Metropolitan Corporate CounselFish & Richardson has announced that Ahmed J. Davis, a principal in the Washington, D.C. office and the national chair of the firm's Diversity Initiative, has been named a “Most Influential Black Lawyer” for 2015 by Savoy magazine. The issue features …Fish & Richardson Principal Ahmed J. Davis Named a "Most Influential Black …Marketwired (press release)all 2 news articles »
Fish & Richardson Announces 2015 1L Diversity FellowsMetropolitan Corporate CounselFish & Richardson has announced the firm's 1L Diversity Fellows for 2015 – Alison Liou, R. Francisco Lozano, Ariane Moss, Alexander Pechette and Hao Wu – who were selected from over 390 applicants. Fish's 1L Diversity Fellowship Program was launched ...
Fish & Richardson Principal Indranil Mukerji Named to “Power List” by Lawyers …Metropolitan Corporate CounselFish & Richardson has announced that Indranil “Indy” Mukerji, a principal in the firm's Washington, D.C., office, has been named to the fourth annual “Power List” by Lawyers of Color. This is the second consecutive year that Mr. Mukerji has been named …Fish & Richardson Principal Indranil Mukerji Named to "Power List" by Lawyers …Marketwired (press release)all 3 news articles »
Fish & Richardson Named Patent Contentious Law Firm of the Year in the U.S. …Marketwired (press release)BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - Mar 20, 2015) - Fish & Richardson has been named the "Patent Contentious Law Firm of the Year" in the U.S. by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) for its "outstanding" patent litigation work. Fish was also recognized as the ...and more »
Boston Business Journal
Here's how 3 Boston law firms are looking to bring back women who left lawBoston Business JournalCooley LLP and Fish & Richardson, which had previously hired fellows in other cities, now each have one open fellowship in Boston. “Law firms are not often cited as innovative or disruptive, but as the first firms to pilot this much-needed program …
Washington Examiner
Federal judge to bring patent litigation expertise to IP law firmWashington Examiner... District Court for the Eastern District of Texas has decided to join one of the top intellectual property law firms. Leonard Davis, who served as the Eastern District's chief judge until earlier this year, will join Fish & Richardson, the law firm …and more »
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