The sixth annual edition of LMG Life Sciences recommended Wolf Greenfield for patent prosecution, highly recommended the firm for patent strategy and management, and named five of its attorneys “Life Science Stars”: Ed Gates, Tim Oyer, Maryanne Trevisan, Michael Twomey and Patrick Waller.
According to LMG Life Sciences, Wolf Greenfield has “one of the largest biotechnology groups in the critical New England market” and experienced significant growth in its number of practitioners this past year, with the addition of nearly 30 new members. Tim Oyer’s practice in particular was acknowledged for being “reflective of the firm’s significant relationships with leading research universities and institutions.” Ed Gates brings over 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology spaces with a unique perspective resulting from his start as a litigator early in his career. Maryanne Trevisan was described as having a “deep scientific background” that “makes her a true specialist when it comes to advising clients on portfolio strategy and patent prosecution.” Additionally, Michael Twomey and Patrick Waller bring “decades of combined experience in the life sciences IP arena.”
The LMG Life Sciences guide is based on nearly 1,000 interviews and surveys completed by partners active in the market, interviews with clients and leading lawyers, and review of public information. View the complete 2017 rankings.