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Farella Braun + Martel Attorneys Named 2019 IP Stars by Managing Intellectual Property

May 21, 2019 Accolades

SAN FRANCISCO, May 21, 2019: Farella Braun + Martel’s James L. Day, Jeffrey M. Fisher, Eugene Mar, Stephanie P. Skaff and Roderick M. Thompson have been named IP Stars by Managing Intellectual Property in its 2019 guide to the world's leading IP firms and practitioners. Erik Olson and Winston Liaw were named to the list of Rising Stars.

Day, Mar, Fisher, Skaff and Thompson are ranked among Patent Stars in California. Fisher and Thompson are also ranked among California’s Trademark Stars.

Farella Braun + Martel is ranked as a “Recommended” firm in California in the area of Patent Contentious.

The rankings are derived from information obtained from firms, practitioners, and clients through interviews, email, online surveys, and independent research.

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