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Paul C. Gibbons has joined Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P.; he will join their Boston office. Gibbons practices patent litigation including copyright, trademark, trade secret and trade dress. He aids his clients in protecting their creative property through negotiation, mediation, and licensing. His expertise is wide, including everything from cell phones to household products to dental implants and even sport shoes. Regional Managing Partner, Anthony A. Froio, commented, “Paul is a seasoned trial lawyer with an established reputation and terrific court room skill and style. We are delighted to have him sit on our side of the table!”  Gibbons replied enthusiastically, “I am thrilled to join this powerhouse litigation firm. I have a deep respect for the firm and the lawyers, and to see their work during a trial or at a proceeding is quite formidable. I am honored to be part of their team.”


Gibbons is a member of the bar in Illinois and Massachusetts. He works in both federal and state courts. He attended Suffolk University Law Scholl and the Worchester Polytechnic Institute, where he earned his B.S.

Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P. are celebrating their seventy-fifth anniversary this year. They are honoring their success in proving “equal access to justice to all.” The law firm began humble with only two partners and now has offices in six states.

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