Nixon Peabody attorneys named 2022 “IP Stars” by Managing Intellectual Property

July 18, 2022

Media Relations Specialist
Mitch Simon

Boston, MA. Eleven Nixon Peabody attorneys have been selected as “IP Stars” for 2022 by Managing Intellectual Property, a leading magazine in the IP space. In addition to recognizing these attorneys among the world’s leading IP practitioners, the publication listed Nixon Peabody as a “recommended” trademark firm for 2022.

Nixon Peabody’s hybrid Intellectual Property practice guides clients through the full IP lifecycle—from mining an organization’s research and development activities to capture and protect intellectual property to supporting the commercialization and branding of those assets, enforcing intellectual property rights, and defending against competitors.

Recognized as one of the leading specialist guides to IP law firms and practitioners worldwide, “IP Stars” follows a six-month research process, which includes interviews, emails, and online surveys from thousands of firms, IP practitioners, and clients worldwide.

Managing Intellectual Property listed the following Nixon Peabody attorneys as “IP Stars” for 2022:

Daniel Burnham (Chicago)

  • Patent star, Illinois

Jeffrey Costellia (Washington, DC)

  • Patent star, District of Columbia
  • Trademark star, District of Columbia

Janet Garetto (Chicago)

  • Patent star, Illinois

Jason Kravitz (Boston)

  • Trademark star, Massachusetts

Evan Langdon (Washington, DC)

  • Patent star, District of Columbia

Seth Levy (Los Angeles)

  • Transactions star, California

David May (Washington, DC)

  • Trademark star, District of Columbia

David Resnick (Boston)

  • Patent star, Massachusetts

Staci Trager (Los Angeles)

  • Trademark star, California

Kristen Mollnow Walsh (Rochester)

  • Trademark star, national

Henry Wheare (Hong Kong)

  • Patent star, Hong Kong
  • Trademark star, Hong Kong

In addition to individual attorney recognition, Managing Intellectual Property has recommended Nixon Peabody’s IP practice in the following regions:

  • Illinois—Patent contentious
  • Massachusetts—Patent prosecution and Trademark
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