DBusiness runs news regarding the addition of four IP attorneys in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office
Detroit’s Butzel Long law firm has expanded its Intellectual Property (IP) Practice Group with a core group of four attorneys with science, technology, and engineering backgrounds in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, according to Butzel Long President and CEO Justin G. Klimko.
The group is led by Aaron S. Kamlay, former head of the Washington, D.C.- area IP firm Morris and Kamlay, which specialized in intellectual property law matters related to strategic patent acquisitions, mergers and acquisitions, startup support, portfolio development, and patent risk analysis.
Also joining the firm in the nation’s capital are Ian S. Harrison, Kevin T. Roddy, and Donald “Jay” Lecher.
“Intellectual property law issues reach into many areas of business,” says Klimko. “From patent prosecution to counseling and enforcement, the combined experience and caliber of attorneys from Morris and Kamlay complement our Intellectual Property Law Practice Group’s capability to meet current and future client challenges.”
Butzel Long’s says the expansion of its Washington, D.C. office is in line with its strategic vision and commitment to acquire highly qualified legal talent to service more than 3,000 geographically diverse clients in national and international markets.