Ulmer & Berne LLP is pleased to announce that it has been named to the IP Litigation Honor Roll in BTI Consulting Group’s annual report on trends in the litigation market – BTI Litigation Outlook 2019: Changes, Trends and Opportunities for Law Firms. Ulmer is one of only 35 firms nationwide to receive this prestigious designation.
As the complexity and risks of litigation continue to increase, corporate counsel rely on law firms they know and trust. BTI’s findings acknowledge Ulmer as a firm that clients turn to for their most important litigation needs and as a leader in the area of IP Litigation.
“Ulmer’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group works tirelessly and efficiently to deliver superior results for our clients in IP disputes,” said Scott P. Kadish, Managing Partner. “Our IP Group includes highly skilled trial lawyers with deep experience asserting and defending IP and technology-related claims, and I believe there is no better IP Group in the world. It is gratifying to see their accomplishments recognized.”
The firm’s IP practice serves and counsels clients in patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret disputes, administrative proceedings at the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, technology transactions, patent and trademark prosecution and opinions, and data security matters. Ulmer’s IP attorneys understand clients’ businesses and the competitive landscapes they face, and many have deep technology expertise with training in such areas as electrical, chemical, and mechanical engineering. Sophisticated clients count on Ulmer’s creative, results-oriented, and value-driven strategies.
BTI Litigation Outlook 2019 is based solely on in-depth telephone interviews with leading legal decision makers. This comprehensive analysis trends data from more than 5,000 corporate counsel client interviews conducted over the span of 19 years. The report provides guidance on how clients’ demands and expectations are changing in order to help readers grow, capture new market opportunities, take smart risks, and spur innovation.