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Frank Porcelli is a Senior Principal of Fish & Richardson in the firm’s Boston and Delaware offices. His practice emphasizes patent and trade secret appellate work, and he is Co-Chair of the Fish & Richardson Appellate Group (1996 – present). He j...
Practice areas: Intellectual Property, Patent Infringement, Appeals
A veteran trial attorney with comprehensive experience in intellectual property and other complex business litigation. I've litigated dozens of patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, licensing, false advertising, unfair competition, and other...
Practice areas: Intellectual Property, Litigation, Internet, Licensing
Media Mentions: Quoted, “Patently vulnerable,” BioCentury, The Bernstein Report on BioBusiness, August 8, 2011 Quoted, “Myriad gene patent: recent court ruling to resonate with gene and stem patent holders, labs offering sequencing, exp...
Practice areas: Intellectual Property, Patent Infringement, Life Sciences & Biotechnology
If you a creative person, such as an artist, author, software developer, inventor, or business owner, you can use the services of an intellectual property lawyer to protect your ideas, images, or processes from being used without your consent. There are various types of intellectual property lawyers: There are copyright attorneys who help protect your unique ideas in things like music, film, software, paintings, and pictures. There are trademark attorneys who protect your valuable logos, images and slogans. There are patent attorneys who help you get government protection for your inventions. There are also licensing attorneys that write contracts which set the ground rules for others using your copyrights, trademarks, or patents.