“We have an accomplished patent prosecution practice that has filed more than 19,000 applications in the U.S. and abroad in the past five years. We appreciate the industry recognition for our team’s great work,” said Haynes and Boone Partner Alan Herda, who serves as chair of the Intellectual Property Department.
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Last year, Managing IP recognized Haynes and Boone and nine firm lawyers on its 2019 IP Stars list: Purvi Patel Albers, Jeffrey Becker, David Bell, Randall Brown, Tom Chen, Andrew Ehmke, David McCombs, and Kenneth Parker.
Also last year, Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) Patent 1000 recognized Haynes and Boone and 13 of its partners as leading practitioners in the 2019 edition of the independently researched legal directory, including Randall Colson, Ralph Gabric, Greg Michelson, Laura Beth Miller, David O’Brien, Mark Tidwell, Jeffrey Wolfson, Brown, Chen, and McCombs.
In December, a report released by Juristat listed Haynes and Boone among the nation’s top-performing patent prosecution firms. The previous year, the company ranked Haynes and Boone No. 2 among the Top 100 Patent Firms in the U.S.
The Haynes and Boone Patent Prosecution and Patent Trials Practice Groups offer sophisticated counseling and portfolio management, representation in post-grant proceedings at the USPTO, and collaboration with the IP Litigation Practice Group to represent clients in federal court litigation and cases before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC).