Wolf Greenfield has been ranked among the top 10 US law firms in the category of “Patents: prosecution (including reexamination and post-grant proceedings)” in The Legal 500 United States. The firm is recognized for handling “complex prosecution matters” and being “noteworthy” for post-grant proceedings, with a team that “offers expertise in a range of innovative issues.”
The Legal 500 also discussed Wolf Greenfield’s dedication to diversity and inclusion, particularly noting gender diversity and LGBTQ+ initiatives. “The Wolf Greenfield team that I interact with is more than 50% female, which is not common in patent prep and prosecution, and it has been refreshing to have this added level of diversity. The collaboration between team members to provide counsel, and the team’s willingness to dig into the technology with scientists, has been top tier,” one client remarked.
In addition, four attorneys were individually ranked–the most individuals ranked at one firm.
- Heather DiPietrantonio, Shareholder, Biotechnology Practice: Next Generation Partner
- Rich Giunta, Co-chair, Post-Grant Proceedings Practice: Leading Lawyer
- Oona Johnstone, Shareholder, Biotechnology Practice: Next Generation Partner
- Patrick Waller, Co-chair, Biotechnology Practice: Leading Lawyer
“The Wolf Greenfield team has a unique combination of technical and legal strength. They are able to operate seamlessly across different technologies important to our company ranging from biotechnology to computer science including machine learning and AI. They have a deep bench of specialists. It is not only strong in patent preparation and prosecution, but also provides counsel with respect to many other typical as well as unique IP issues,” noted a client.
The Legal 500 assesses the strengths of law firms in over 150 jurisdictions. The rankings highlight the practice area teams who are providing the most cutting-edge and innovative advice to corporate counsel. The research is based on feedback from 300,000 clients worldwide, submissions from law firms, and interviews with leading private practice lawyers, and a team of researchers. Read more.