FisherBroyles, LLP (“FisherBroyles”) is pleased to announce that partner Richard B. Cohen has joined our rapidly growing New York City office. Richard is a veteran litigator and trial lawyer specializing in the areas of corporate, employment, and commercial law. James Fisher, II, co-founder and name partner, said that “Rich is a great addition to our […]
Happy 2015 and welcome to the latest FisherBroyles, LLP, Financial Institutions Update.
The explosive growth of FisherBroyles, LLP, the nation’s first full service, cloud-based law firm, continues into 2015.
The nation’s first national full service cloud-based law firm, FisherBroyles, LLP, (FisherBroyles) experienced explosive growth in 2014. And 2015 looks to be more of the same with its expansion into the Ohio market.
Washington, DC, January 21, 2015, – FisherBroyles LLP (FisherBroyles) grows its Washington, DC office with the addition of Susan M. Freedman to its Intellectual Property practice.
FisherBroyles, LLP (“FisherBroyles”) is pleased to announce the addition of Richard Bennett to its Atlanta office.
In this issue, we address: techniques for avoiding involvement in IP litigation; issues often encountered regarding IP ownership under commercial contracts; a new ISO standard for privacy practices of cloud service providers; contractual risk allocation in data breaches; and
a discussion of an effort to obtain trademark protection for a flavor and related trade secret issues.
FisherBroyles LLP, the nation’s first and only national full-service, cloud-based law firm is pleased to announce the addition of its newest partner, Tony Onorato. Tony joins from Steptoe & Johnson LLP, bringing his commercial litigation and technology/IP counseling practice to FisherBroyles’ rapidly growing New York office.
Palo Alto, CA, November 6, 2014—FisherBroyles, LLP, the nation’s first and only national full service cloud-based law firm, (FisherBroyles), is continuing its rapid growth in California with the addition of its newest partner, Adam Whiting.
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