Firm Opens New Office in Boston's Seaport District
September 17, 2013
The Innovation Firm Arrives in Boston’s Hub of Innovation
September 17, 2013 (Boston) - Hamilton, Brook, Smith & Reynolds, P.C. (HBSR), a law firm recognized nationally and internationally for excellence in intellectual property law, has expanded its practice. Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds has opened a new office at 155 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, in the heart of Boston’s very successful and growing Innovation District. The expansion reflects Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds' growing national and international prominence, and will allow the firm to continue to provide premier legal services to a broader range of clients. The firm now has offices in Concord and Boston, Massachusetts.
President and Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, John DuPré, stated, “The new office space in the Seaport District will position our attorneys in the center of innovation in Boston. Our attorneys patent and litigate some of the most sophisticated life sciences and technology innovations. It is perfect that we are at the hub of innovation in Boston.”
James Smith, a Founder and Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, stated, “Our clients are excited about our growth and our new downtown presence. Our outstanding team of patent and litigation attorneys will be more accessible to our Boston and international clients, and our litigators will have direct access to the federal courthouse.”
“It is exciting to support our firm’s continued growth with our new office space in the Seaport District of Boston,” stated David Brook, a Founder and Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds. David added, “Both of our offices, Concord and Boston, will be staffed with outstanding professionals, allowing our firm to continue to provide exceptional intellectual property services.”
The firm expects the new location will strengthen its already strong ties with the Boston legal and business communities. Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds has been a key player in the Boston legal community for decades, including having several past presidents of the Boston Patent Law Association.