Robinson Bradshaw Recommended by Managing Intellectual Property; Two Attorneys Named ‘IP Stars’ for Second Consecutive YearPDF
Robinson Bradshaw has been recommended for its intellectual property practice area by Managing Intellectual Property, the leading source for news and analysis of intellectual property developments worldwide. Robinson Bradshaw attorneys Robert M. Bryan and Stokely G. Caldwell Jr., were named ‘IP Stars’ for the second consecutive year and recommended for their experience in both commercial matters and IP law.
The rankings were published in the Managing Intellectual Property Handbook, now in its 21st edition and covering more than 80 jurisdictions. The IP Handbook compiles rankings from its annual World IP Survey, which involves extensive research among IP practitioners carried out over a period of six months. Because responses are compiled from thousands of practitioners, the World IP Survey is considered the most comprehensive and authoritative of its kind.
Robinson Bradshaw represents clients in commercial and transactional IP matters, including acquisitions, joint ventures, development agreements and licenses, and advises clients in the areas of trademark law, general IP protection strategies, employment-related matters and structuring, drafting and negotiating E-business, software and biotechnology agreements. Robinson Bradshaw also has a very active litigation practice that protects and enforces clients’ intellectual property rights.
Bryan and Caldwell were both recommended in the licensing and trademark areas of IP law. In addition, Bryan was recommended in the area of counseling and Caldwell was singled out for his experience in sports and entertainment law, specifically in the motorsports industry.