Foley Hoag, Five Partners Recognized by Managing Intellectual Property Magazine
Partners Barbara Fiacco and Julia Huston Also Named Top Women in IP
June 5, 2017
Five members of Foley Hoag LLP's Intellectual Property practice have been named to Managing Intellectual Property magazine's 2017 IP Stars list, which recognizes the world's leading IP firms and practitioners. The firm itself was ranked as "Highly Recommended" in the Intellectual Property Category for Massachusetts, and received national recognition in the Life Sciences category.
Partners Barbara Fiacco, Dana Gordon, Julia Huston and Donald Ware have each been named 2017 IP Stars for Massachusetts. Partner Catherine Muyl of Foley Hoag AARPI in Paris has been named a 2017 IP Star for France.
The annual IP Stars list is comprised of the most distinguished IP attorneys and firms considered to be the best in their field in their respective jurisdictions. Research is conducted by Managing Intellectual Property magazine, which bases rankings on recommendations from attorney peers and clients.
In addition, Fiacco and Huston were included in Managing Intellectual Property magazine's 2017 edition of its IP Stars list of the Top 250 Women in IP, a definitive guide to leading female intellectual property attorneys. The Top 250 Women in IP list recognizes female IP practitioners in private practice across the globe who have performed exceptionally for their clients and firms in the past year.
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