Mark B. Solomon Begins Year as Boston Patent Law Assn. President

January 2009

CONCORD, MA, January 5, 2009—Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds announced today that Mark B. Solomon has been named the new President of the Boston Patent Law Association (BPLA). Mr. Solomon is a principal with the firm and has dedicated his legal career to guiding engineering companies and university engineering centers through the development, management, protection, and enforcement of intellectual property rights.

“The strength of the Boston Patent Law Association is of particular importance now, during uncertain national and international economic climates and national Presidential and Administration transition,” said Mr. Solomon. “Employers and clients will be looking to the intellectual property legal community for advice and counsel based on sound legal principles mindful of fiscal prudence. The BPLA serves to maintain the high standards its membership of professionals values through organizing continuing legal education seminars, facilitating mentorships, and providing access to a legal community that shares common issues.”

The BPLA is an association of intellectual property professionals, that provides educational programs and a forum for the exchange of ideas and information relating to patent, trademark, and copyright laws. The BPLA organizes and hosts educational seminars, social events and conventions through a volunteer Board of Governors and several committees. The organization also comments on rules and legislation that affect the intellectual property profession. Membership in the BPLA is available to attorneys and other professionals practicing intellectual property law within the Federal First Judicial Circuit (Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Puerto Rico).


 

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January 2009

CONCORD, MA, January 5, 2009—Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds announced today that Mark B. Solomon has been named the new President of the Boston Patent Law Association (BPLA). Mr. Solomon is a principal with the firm and has dedicated his legal career to guiding engineering companies and university engineering centers through the development, management, protection, and enforcement of intellectual property rights.

“The strength of the Boston Patent Law Association is of particular importance now, during uncertain national and international economic climates and national Presidential and Administration transition,” said Mr. Solomon. “Employers and clients will be looking to the intellectual property legal community for advice and counsel based on sound legal principles mindful of fiscal prudence. The BPLA serves to maintain the high standards its membership of professionals values through organizing continuing legal education seminars, facilitating mentorships, and providing access to a legal community that shares common issues.”

The BPLA is an association of intellectual property professionals, that provides educational programs and a forum for the exchange of ideas and information relating to patent, trademark, and copyright laws. The BPLA organizes and hosts educational seminars, social events and conventions through a volunteer Board of Governors and several committees. The organization also comments on rules and legislation that affect the intellectual property profession. Membership in the BPLA is available to attorneys and other professionals practicing intellectual property law within the Federal First Judicial Circuit (Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Puerto Rico).


 

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