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Latham & Watkins Adds Six Partners to IP Practice
In recent days, Latham & Watkins LLP announced six leading intellectual property litigation partners have joined the firm in its Silicon Valley and San Francisco offices.
The group of partners all join from Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. There, they built well regarded practices which focused on prominent information technology, pharmaceutical and semiconductor companies, as well as winning complex cases at trial.
The partners are Roger J. Chin, Richard G. Frenkel, Julie M. Holloway, Terry Kearney, Michael A. Ladra, and Ron E. Shulman. Frenkel, Kearney, Ladra and Shulman will join in the firm’s Silicon Valley office. Chin and Holloway will join in the San Francisco office.
Bob Steinberg, Global Co-Chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation practice was quoted as saying in a press release at the firm’s website: “With our recent lateral additions augmenting our existing resources, we have built a powerhouse intellectual property litigation practice from coast to coast, across all significant industry sectors. The market for IP litigation continues to be strong, and this group of partners will add substantially to our reputation by helping us serve leading companies with their most challenging cases.”
Ron Shulman was quoted as saying: “We were particularly attracted by the global platform and deep IP litigation resources available at Latham & Watkins to support and grow our practices. We have successfully worked together as a group for many years, and we all are confident that joining Latham will advance our practices and capabilities.”
Latham & Watkins is a global law firm with approximately 2,000 attorneys in 31 offices.Latham & Watkins Adds Six Partners to IP Practice by rebneely
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