Patent Practice: A Shifting Landscape

September 2009

GC New England Roundtable Series 2009

The following is an excerpt from the series:

Patent practice these days is all about belt-tightening, changing attitudes, and teamwork. We’ve asked five noted practitioners to guide us through this new territory, and they say they see hard times and a changing legal landscape as opportunities for creative lawyering. Our panelists are John Cotter, partner at K&L Gates in Boston; Marina Cunningham, partner at McCormick, Paulding & Huber in Hartford; Thomas Menard, partner at Alix, Yale & Ristas in Hartford; Brian Moriarty, principal at Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds in Concord, MA; and Charles O’Brien, partner at Cantor Colburn in Hartford. This roundtable was moderated by freelance reporter Anne Dorfman, reported by Robert Miller of Niziankiewicz & Miller, and photographed by Gary Lewis.

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September 2009

GC New England Roundtable Series 2009

The following is an excerpt from the series:

Patent practice these days is all about belt-tightening, changing attitudes, and teamwork. We’ve asked five noted practitioners to guide us through this new territory, and they say they see hard times and a changing legal landscape as opportunities for creative lawyering. Our panelists are John Cotter, partner at K&L Gates in Boston; Marina Cunningham, partner at McCormick, Paulding & Huber in Hartford; Thomas Menard, partner at Alix, Yale & Ristas in Hartford; Brian Moriarty, principal at Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds in Concord, MA; and Charles O’Brien, partner at Cantor Colburn in Hartford. This roundtable was moderated by freelance reporter Anne Dorfman, reported by Robert Miller of Niziankiewicz & Miller, and photographed by Gary Lewis.

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