Mark B. Solomon to Receive Award for Excellence in IP Law

March 2009

CONCORD, MA, March 17, 2009—Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds announced today that Mark B. Solomon will be honored at Suffolk University Law School with “The Journal of High Technology Law Award for Excellence in IP Law.” Mr. Solomon is a principal with the firm and has dedicated his legal career to guiding clients through the development, management, protection, and enforcement of intellectual property rights. He currently serves as the President of the Boston Patent Law Association. He’s also one of the hiring partners for the firm.

This is the first year in which The Journal of High Technology (JHTL) has recognized a Suffolk University Law School alumnus for excellence in the field of Intellectual Property Law. Mr. Solomon will be presented with the award during a reception on March 26, 2009 that will honor his career achievements.

JHTL was founded in 1998 and became a Suffolk University Law School Honor Board in 2001. JHTL is the official journal of the Intellectual Property Law Concentration, and complements the LL.M. in Global Technology, and the distinguished high technology faculty and student-run organizations. Recognizing that every area of law is affected by high technology, JHTL covers a broad range of subject matter, including: Intellectual Property, Information Technology, Constitutional Law and the Internet, Technology in the court room, Cybercrime, Privacy Rights, Copyright Law, E-Commerce, and Communications and Media Law.
 

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March 2009

CONCORD, MA, March 17, 2009—Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds announced today that Mark B. Solomon will be honored at Suffolk University Law School with “The Journal of High Technology Law Award for Excellence in IP Law.” Mr. Solomon is a principal with the firm and has dedicated his legal career to guiding clients through the development, management, protection, and enforcement of intellectual property rights. He currently serves as the President of the Boston Patent Law Association. He’s also one of the hiring partners for the firm.

This is the first year in which The Journal of High Technology (JHTL) has recognized a Suffolk University Law School alumnus for excellence in the field of Intellectual Property Law. Mr. Solomon will be presented with the award during a reception on March 26, 2009 that will honor his career achievements.

JHTL was founded in 1998 and became a Suffolk University Law School Honor Board in 2001. JHTL is the official journal of the Intellectual Property Law Concentration, and complements the LL.M. in Global Technology, and the distinguished high technology faculty and student-run organizations. Recognizing that every area of law is affected by high technology, JHTL covers a broad range of subject matter, including: Intellectual Property, Information Technology, Constitutional Law and the Internet, Technology in the court room, Cybercrime, Privacy Rights, Copyright Law, E-Commerce, and Communications and Media Law.
 

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