Potter Anderson and Four IP Partners Named to 2019 IAM Patent 1000

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Noting that “Potter Anderson & Corroon’s patent litigation team is thriving,” the 2019 edition of Intellectual Asset Management’s IAM Patent 1000 – The World’s Leading Patent Professionals highlights four Potter Anderson partners: Dave Moore, Bindu Palapura, Janet Reed and Phil Rovner.

Dave Moore, the chair of Potter Anderson’s Litigation Group, is described as having “outstanding communication skills and a gift for making what is complex seem simple and relatable.”

Hailed as a “rising star,” Bindu Palapura is noted for her recent work helping secure an $82.5 million jury verdict for IBM.

Janet Reed, head of the firm’s intellectual property transactional and counseling practice, is highlighted for having “a loyal following of biotechnology innovators.”

A litigator who “exudes confidence,” Phil Rovner garnered praise for “amazing patent work.”

The IAM Patent 1000 is compiled annually following a five-month research process that includes 1,800 interviews with attorneys at law, patent attorneys and in-house counsel to gather market intelligence on the leading players in the field.

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