Due to the sheer number of industries located in Texas, the state is a center of activity for intellectual property experts. Trade secrets and copyright law cover everything from natural gas to music, and intellectual property firms here are among the best in the nation. Recently, a Texas firm was recognized in several different areas.
The Sacramento Bee reported Ahmad, Zavitsanos, Anaipakos, Alavi & Mensing P.C. (AZA) helped to negotiate Texas’ second-largest intellectual property verdict in 2011, a closing which was also ranked as the number 3 overall verdict by Texas Lawyer. Over the past year, this firm has worked on multi-million dollar cases involving patent infringement, pricing technology, libel and trade secrets, establishing itself as one of the top intellectual property firms in Texas.
“These results shine a bright light on the versatility of our courtroom-ready lawyers,” said founding partner John Zavitsanos, according to the news source.
For those seeking legal recruitment, the most encouraging news is that AZA typically snags legal staff from top-notch law firms. The Bee also reported AZA hired 25 lawyers in a recent acquisition, and has picked up eight more attorneys since 2010.
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- National Firms Opening Satellite Branches in Texas
- Gardere Expands Intellectual Property Practice with Addition of Sarah Paxson in Dallas
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