Wolf Greenfield Recognized as Top IP Law Firm with High Rankings for Patent Prosecution, Litigation and Transactions

We are pleased to announce that the firm has been highly ranked by The Legal 500 United States, Chambers USA and IAM Patent 1000. The Legal 500 highlights firms with a national presence that handle sophisticated and complex work. Ranking in Chambers USA reflects the firm’s superior technical legal ability, professional conduct and client service. The IAM Patent 1000 is a guide to the world’s leading private practice patent professionals and firms.

“We are proud to receive these honors recognizing the hard work of our attorneys and staff,” said President and Managing Partner Tim Oyer. “Our practitioners’ remarkable commitment to excellence in intellectual property protection and enforcement, and command of technology issues across industries allow us to support and protect our clients’ ground-breaking innovations.”

Wolf Greenfield is ranked in the patent prosecution category, including reexamination and post-grant proceedings, in The Legal 500 United States 2018. The firm is recognized as an “outstanding” IP boutique that combines “expertise in a broad variety of industry sectors” with the “ability to understand its clients’ business objectives” and “highly tailored advice.”

Among the top law firms in Chambers USA 2018, Wolf Greenfield earned “praise for the quality of its strategic counsel on patent prosecution matters and negotiating licensing deals, including freedom-to-operate analyses and patent opinion work.” A client told Chambers that the firm’s “professionalism, attentiveness, speed and quality of work product” as well as “litigation experience and technical depth” is a great combination. Along with the firm’s ranking, Shareholders Ed Gates and Mike Rader are ranked individually for intellectual property in Massachusetts.

Wolf Greenfield is also listed in the patent prosecution, transactions and litigation categories in the 2018 IAM Patent 1000. In addition, 10 Wolf Greenfield attorneys were individually recognized—more than any other firm in Boston—including Michael Albert, Jenny Chen, Neil Ferraro, Ed Gates, Jason Honeyman, Jeff Hsi, Tim Oyer, Mike Rader, Ed Russavage and Patrick Waller.