Jan 11, 1985

SGR Ranked Among Best Patent Law Practices in IAM Patent 1000

ATLANTA (June 16, 2015) – SGR is pleased to announce it has been recognized as a leading firm for patent legal services in the fourth edition of the Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) Patent 1000 guide.

“SGR is honored to be recognized by the definitive directory exclusively dedicated to identifying the world’s leading patent services providers,” said Greg Kirsch, head of the intellectual property practice at SGR.  “Our patent attorneys and advisors serve our diverse clients across a full range of scientific and technical disciplines, and we appreciate the confidence that our clients and peers place in us.”

The IAM Patent 1000 is a comprehensive guide to the world’s leading patent professionals. IAM gathers intelligence on leading patent specialists in major jurisdictions across the globe, and the results are based on 1,500 interviews with patent attorneys, other attorneys and in-house counsel around the world.

The guide noted:

Timely and cost-effective guidance steeped in a long tradition of excellence is the calling card of Smith, Gambrell & Russell.  The responsive and talented team stands out for its adroit handling of multifaceted contentious briefs.

Two of SGR’s patent attorneys were also recognized, with the guide stating:

Internationally minded all-rounder Gregory Kirsch heads up the IP group; erudite and perspicacious, he is in high demand from university start-ups and multinationals alike for his well-reasoned opinions.  “Economical and outcome-driven” Dale Lischer enters the ranks of the IAM Patent 1000 this year.  The “noteworthy prosecutor” has a particular facility in the electrical sphere.

To view the full rankings, click HERE.

About Intellectual Asset Management
Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) is a unique publication which reports on intellectual property as a business asset and focuses on the many ways in which it can be used to create significant corporate value.  In-depth articles, case studies, interviews and surveys, as well as a widely read blog, provide a high-level corporate readership with cutting-edge insights into how intellectual property is being used to create strategic advantage, forge collaborative relationships, build shareholder returns, generate bottom-line revenue and gain greater leverage in the financial markets.

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