Reed Smith Nabs Former Nixon Peabody Practice Head
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Reed Smith bolstered its firmwide intellectual property group with the addition of leading IP strategist Marc Kaufman to its Washington D.C. office.

Kaufman joins the firm from Nixon Peabody, where he served as co-chair of its patent practice. He specializes in developing structured procedures for defining and executing IP strategies, which are aligned with clients’ overall business strategies. His work spans a range of technical fields including reconfigurable processors, content aggregation and targeting, digital rights management and database technology.

“Reed Smith is a growing and very successful firm that offers the right practice expertise,” Kaufman said in a press release.. “Its Silicon Valley presence, and firmwide strength in IP litigation, venture and corporate, and media and advertising practices are a perfect fit for my clients needs.”


Reed Smith’s Intellectual Property Group today includes more than 100 lawyers in the firm’s offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and France.

Overall, Reed Smith has nearly 1,600 lawyers in 22 offices around the world.

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