Intellectual Property

Porzio's Washington DC Intellectual Property Practice is Featured in The National Law Journal

4/14/2017 | News

Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, P.C. (Porzio) was featured in The National Law Journal article, "Porzio Rises in DC, Firms Get New In-Town Leaders, Trump Settlements Pile Up," by Katelyn Polantz, on April 14, 2017. 

The article focuses on Porzio's Washington, DC Intellectual Property Team, and their impressive growth since joining Porzio in 2014. Porzio's seven-lawyer DC group increased revenue by 35% in 2016, to an average revenue per lawyer of $882,000. The author points out that despite the DC office's size, these figures rival Big Law standards. 

Porzio's DC office is led by principals Kevin M. Bell and Richard J. Oparil. “If you asked us why we came here, we wanted the ability to be somewhat autonomous. Our search was really for a brand after that,” stated Bell. He cites billing flexibility and compatibility with the firm's other practice areas and subsidiaries as the reasons they chose to join Porzio. 

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