Attorneys from Brinks Gilson & Lione are ranked as IP Stars

ANN ARBOR Managing Intellectual Property magazine (MIP) named nine attorneys at Brinks Gilson & Lione to its annual list of IP Stars.

The attorneys with Michigan connections include firm president and Michigan native/University of Michigan alum James R. Sobieraj and Steven L. Oberholtzer, managing shareholder of the Ann Arbor office. Both Oberholtzer and Soberaij were named a Patent Star and Trademark Star.

Ann Arbor shareholder Lawrence G. (L.G.) Almeda and Ann Arbor associate attorney Joshua E. Ney, Ph.D., were recognized as Patent Stars.

Managing Intellectual Property also highlighted in particular the "deep technical expertise in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, electrical, computer and mechanical engineering, among other industry areas" of the attorneys at Brinks. Further, the magazine again recognized Brinks for its work in the areas of Copyright, Patent Contentious, Patent Prosecution, Trademark Contentious and Trademark Prosecution, noting "the firm is particularly well-known for its trademark practice, which covers both enforcement and non-contentious work involving search and clearance, prosecution, and licensing."

More information is available at www.ipstars.com.

Published: Mon, Oct 10, 2016

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