We are Expanding to Boston's Seaport District!

August 13, 2013

Seaport DistrictIn early September 2013, Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds will officially open an additional office in Boston's Seaport District.  The new office, which is located at 155 Seaport Boulevard in Boston, expands the firm's intellectual property services from its current location in Concord, Massachusetts.

James Smith, Founder and Principal, stated, “We are excited to be growing our practice and adding a new office in the Innovation District:  the perfect spot for an intellectual property law firm.  This new office will be close to many of our existing technology, life science, and litigation clients and puts us in a position to better serve our clients.”

John DuPré, President and Principal, stated, “This expansion will put us a few hundred yards from the Federal courthouse and will be especially good for our growing patent and IP litigation practice.  With the proximity to the courthouse and all that the entire Seaport has to offer, we expect continued growth of our litigation practice.  We are excited about expanding into one of Boston’s up and coming areas.”

The firm is already hosting intellectual property law events in the Seaport area.  Details will soon be available for several upcoming events in September and October to be held in the area.

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August 13, 2013

Seaport DistrictIn early September 2013, Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds will officially open an additional office in Boston's Seaport District.  The new office, which is located at 155 Seaport Boulevard in Boston, expands the firm's intellectual property services from its current location in Concord, Massachusetts.

James Smith, Founder and Principal, stated, “We are excited to be growing our practice and adding a new office in the Innovation District:  the perfect spot for an intellectual property law firm.  This new office will be close to many of our existing technology, life science, and litigation clients and puts us in a position to better serve our clients.”

John DuPré, President and Principal, stated, “This expansion will put us a few hundred yards from the Federal courthouse and will be especially good for our growing patent and IP litigation practice.  With the proximity to the courthouse and all that the entire Seaport has to offer, we expect continued growth of our litigation practice.  We are excited about expanding into one of Boston’s up and coming areas.”

The firm is already hosting intellectual property law events in the Seaport area.  Details will soon be available for several upcoming events in September and October to be held in the area.

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