SGR Partners, Kirsch and Long, Recognized in Georgia by Chambers USA for Intellectual Property

Ranked in Chambers USA

SGR is pleased to announce that two of its Intellectual Property attorneys were selected for inclusion in the 2018 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.

The prestigious legal guide, published annually by London-based Chambers & Partners, identifies leading lawyers and law firm practices based on interviews conducted by Chambers researchers with thousands of attorneys and their clients.

Chambers USA recognized SGR in Georgia in the area of Intellectual Property.

Gregory J. Kirsch was recognized for Intellectual Property (Georgia) (Band 3). Mr. Kirsch is a Partner and the Head of the Intellectual Property Practice of SGR. Mr. Kirsch serves as patent counsel to clients ranging from large multinational corporations to small start-ups, as well as universities. His practice encompasses the entire range of patent law, including patent procurement, strategic patent portfolio development, patent opinions (infringement, validity, and patentability), post-grant proceedings, licensing, as well as patent litigation.

William F. Long was also recognized for Intellectual Property (Georgia) (Band 4). Mr. Long’s practice focuses on patent and other intellectual property and technology-related disputes. Mr. Long has tried and arbitrated numerous cases involving a wide range of technology and intellectual property issues. Mr. Long has served as lead counsel in patent litigation involving a wide range of intellectual property and technology issues, including, for example, patent disputes involving computer software and hardware, pharmaceutical products (including Hatch-Waxman cases), chemicals, medical devices, industrial machines, and consumer products. Read more about other SGR attorneys and practice groups that were recognized.

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