Five Saul Ewing Partners Named “IP Stars” by Managing Intellectual Property Magazine
(Philadelphia, PA, July 1, 2014) – Saul Ewing LLP, a full service law firm with more than 260 lawyers in 11 East Coast offices, announced today that five of its intellectual property partners representing three offices have been named “IP Stars” by Managing Intellectual Property magazine.
Gianna J. Arnold and Sherry F. Flax, of the Baltimore, Maryland office, were named to the list. Ms. Arnold is co-chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice and vice chair of the Life Sciences Practice. She was recognized for her work in patent prosecution, patent litigation, licensing and counseling. Ms. Flax, chair of the Trademark Services Practice, was recognized for her work in trademark enforcement and litigation, trademark prosecution, copyright, counseling and licensing. Ms. Flax is the former chair of the Maryland State Bar Association Intellectual Property Section. Both women practice out of the firm’s Baltimore, MD office and serve national and international clients.
In the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania office, Gregory S. Bernabeo and Stephen J. Driscoll, partners in the Intellectual Property and Technology Practice, were named to list. Mr. Bernabeo was named for his patent work, and Mr. Driscoll was recognized for patent litigation. In the firm’s Newark, New Jersey office, Charles M. Lizza, co-chair of the Life Sciences Practice, was named for patent litigation.
The number of Saul Ewing attorneys named to the list grew from two to five since 2013. Ms. Arnold and Ms. Flax were named IP All Stars in 2013.
“Every year, our Intellectual Property Practice is growing and expanding the scope of services we officer to clients in the biotechnology, medical device and life sciences industries, to name a few, said Managing Partner Barry F. Levin. “We are extremely proud that five of our partners have been honored for being among the best in such a rapidly changing field where intellectual property is paramount to our clients’ success.”