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Participating Offices: Atlanta; Philadelphia; Seattle
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Philadelphia Business Journal
Woodcock Washburn acquired by 800-lawyer firmPhiladelphia Business JournalPhiladelphia's largest intellectual property law firm, Woodcock Washburn, will merge with Cleveland-based BakerHostetler, effective Jan. 1. The combined firm will have 870 lawyers in 14 offices. The deal is subject to partnership votes from each firm …BakerHostetler To Absorb IP Boutique Woodcock WashburnLaw360 (subscription)Baker & Hostetler to acquire 68-attorney intellectual property boutiqueABA JournalBakerHostetler combining with 68-attorney intellectual property firmPlain Dealerall 9 news articles »
BakerHostetler and Woodcock Washburn Announce Strategic CombinationPR Newswire (press release)CLEVELAND and PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Am Law 100 firm BakerHostetler and Woodcock Washburn, one of the country's leading intellectual property boutiques, announced that they have a signed letter of intent to combine, subject ...and more »
The American Lawyer
Baker & Hostetler's Revenue Rises After Partnership RestructuringThe American LawyerThe firm's office in the city, which it picked up in 2013 after acquiring Philadelphia-based intellectual property boutique Woodcock Washburn, has grown to 57 lawyers from 11 just two years ago, Kestner said. AT&T Inc. and Atlanta's Northside Hospital …
The Legal Intelligencer
Stradley Grabs Life Sciences IP Pro From Pepper HamiltonThe Legal IntelligencerStradley Ronon Stevens & Young has hired away an intellectual property partner from Pepper Hamilton, bolstering its client base in the life sciences industries. Paul Legaard joined Stradley Ronon on Jan. 19, the firm announced Monday, marking the firm …and more »
Corporate Counsel (registration)
J&J's Top IP Counsel Steps Down. Is the PTO His Next Stop?Corporate Counsel (registration)Prior to joining J&J, Johnson spent nearly 27 years in private practice, including as senior partner and co-chair of IP litigation at the firm Woodcock Washburn, which combined with Baker & Hostetler in 2014. DeBerardine similarly has many years of IP ...and more »
The Legal Intelligencer
Out-of-State Firms Look to Phila. for Core Practice Building BlocksThe Legal IntelligencerBaker & Hostetler, which established a Philadelphia presence in 2014 through a merger with intellectual property boutique Woodcock Washburn, is also looking to add to its roster in the city. The firm hired tax controversy partner Kevin Johnson in the fall.and more »
Philadelphia Business Journal
What swayed Woodcock to finally merge into large firmPhiladelphia Business JournalWoodcock Washburn's leadership said while they felt comfortable continuing to operate as an independent intellectual property law firm, 800-lawyer BakerHostetler presented the partnership with an enticing merger offer that was too good to pass up.and more »
Ex-Fed. Circ. Chief, J&J Exec Express Interest In USPTO JobLaw360 (subscription)Law360, New York (January 12, 2017, 6:42 PM EST) -- Former Federal Circuit Chief Judge Randall Rader and Johnson & Johnson in-house intellectual property counsel Philip Johnson are among those who say they are interested in serving as U.S. Patent ...
BakerHostetler Nabs Prominent Sports Partner From SchiffLaw360 (subscription)BakerHostetler, founded 100 years ago, said it began its "aggressive" expansion in Atlanta in 2014, when it established the office by combining with IP boutique Woodcock Washburn LLP. The office went on in 2015 to add 32 lawyers from McKenna Long ...
Revenues Rose At BakerHostetler, Mayer Brown In 2015Law360 (subscription)Firm Chairman Steven Kestner attributed BakerHostetler's financial strides last year, at least in part, to the benefits of its tie-up with intellectual property boutique Woodcock Washburn, which was announced at the end of 2013. The firm's IP group now …
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