Ann Arbor attorney is named 'Life Sciences Star' in IP law

Brinks shareholder and patent attorney William R. Boudreaux has been named a Life Sciences Star in intellectual property law in the inaugural edition of "LMG Life Sciences," a supplement to "Managing Intellectual Property" magazine.

Boudreaux is co-chair of Brinks' biotech and pharmaceutical practice group and specializes in pharmaceuticals and chemicals. His practice includes client counseling for strategic patent portfolio development, global patent prosecution, due diligence, and opinions for patentability, validity and freedom to operate.

Before entering private practice, Boudreaux worked for nearly five years as in-house counsel in the pharmaceutical industry, including roles as patent counsel at Pfizer Inc. and Eli Lilly and Co. He has extensive experience in global patent portfolio creation, legal opinions, product lifecycle planning and IP due diligence.

"LMG Life Sciences" serves as a resource for in-house counsel seeking leading lawyers and firms active in the life sciences sector. Practices and individual attorneys were selected through extensive research, including nearly 1,000 online surveys and interviews with nearly 600 attorneys in the United States, as well as a review of public information and feedback from clients within the industry.

In addition to Ann Arbor, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione has offices in Chicago, Washington, D.C., Research Triangle Park, Salt Lake City, and Indianapolis.

Published: Thu, Jul 19, 2012

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