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LMG Life Sciences Recognizes Principal Eric M. Balicky, Ph.D. as a Life Sciences Star

October 5, 2020

Concord, MA - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to announce that Principal Eric M. Balicky, Ph.D., has been recognized by LMG Life Sciences as a Life Sciences Star for Patent Prosecution. LMG’s research identified Eric as one of the preeminent Life Sciences intellectual property law attorneys in the US.

The publication’s research for this ranking “is based on reviewing nearly 1,000 interviews and surveys completed by partners active in the market.” LMG also spoke to clients and leading lawyers to help inform its research process, in addition to reviewing public information. In particular, as part of a ‘Client feedback survey,’ LMG asked a wide range of corporate and in-house contacts to provide their opinions on the firms and attorneys they use.

John L. DuPré, President and Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, remarked, “We are proud that LMG Life Sciences has recognized Eric and the contributions he has made in protecting Life Science inventions while working with some of the world’s most innovative life science companies.”

Eric has more than sixteen years of experience as a patent practitioner. He represents a diverse array of industry and university clients in intellectual property-related matters. With a technical background in molecular biology and biochemistry, Eric has represented both corporate and university clients in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, bioprocessing, and medical device industries.

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is among New England’s largest law firms devoted to the practice of intellectual property law. The firm specializes in patents, trademarks, intellectual property litigation, copyrights, licensing, due diligence, opinions, trade secrets, and intellectual property counseling. The firm’s legal staff provides comprehensive intellectual property expertise in a wide range of technical areas such as biotechnology, chemistry, computer hardware and software, telecommunications, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, physics, optics, nanotechnology, and electrical, chemical and mechanical engineering.