DETROIT, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP ranked among the top 10 law firms in the county for intellectual property patent work in BTI Consulting Group's report entitled BTI Intellectual Property Outlook 2015: Changes, Trends and Opportunities in IP & IP Litigation. Honigman was also named on the list of Most-Favored IP Departments, in which one of the primary factors is customer service.
"The ranking and recognition by BTI is a direct result of all the hard work of our IP team of attorneys and staff to provide high-quality, client-focused services," said Jonathan P. O'Brien, Ph.D., IP Department chair. "It is gratifying to see that we are gaining stature among the IP firms throughout the country."
More than 175 corporate counsel at some of the largest companies in the world were interviewed by Boston-based BTI to identify the leading law firms in this practice area. BTI is one of the leading providers of strategic research to the legal community.
Honigman's IP Department serves clients nationally and internationally and consists of more than 75 legal professionals with experience in patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret services, including search, procurement, enforcement and anti-counterfeiting.
The professionals in the IP Department serve clients from large corporations to start-up companies and have experience in numerous industries, including automotive (OEM and suppliers), advertising, banking, biotechnology, consumer products, e-commerce, electronics, fashion, food and beverage, gaming and hospitality, insurance, medical services and devices, pharmaceuticals, publishing (newspapers, books, magazines, multi-media), real estate, restaurant, retailing, software, telecommunications and transportation.
Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP is a business law firm serving clients locally, nationally and internationally from its Michigan base. Headquartered in Detroit with offices in Lansing, Bloomfield Hills, Ann Arbor and Kalamazoo, the firm has attorneys practicing in more than 50 different areas of concentration.
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