Palo Alto, Calif. – June 11, 2013 – Cooley LLP announced today that the 2013 edition of Managing Intellectual Property magazine's annual World IP Handbook and Survey, a premier reference guide for US and international in-house counsel and private-practice lawyers seeking IP expertise in the US, has awarded the firm five national rankings, five state rankings and 15 attorney "IP Stars" rankings.
Cooley was ranked nationally in the areas of Trademark Contentious, Trademark Prosecution, Bio Life Sciences, Copyright and Patent Contentious. Cooley also received 12 regional Tier 1 rankings for its work in California, Colorado, New York, Virginia and Washington.
Fifteen Cooley partners were recognized as 2013 "IP Stars" by Managing Intellectual Property. "IP Stars" is a new segment of the publication's annual report that highlights the country's leading individual IP attorneys based on their specific areas of expertise and the industries and clients they serve.
The Cooley attorneys designated as IP Stars are Keith Berets, Jim Brogan, Bill Christiansen, Thomas Friel, Christopher Hutter, Heidi Keefe, Matthew Langer, Frank Pietrantonio, Michael Rhodes, Stephen Smith, Scott Talbot, Michael Tuscan and Mark Weinstein.
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