CHICAGO LITIGATION DEPARTMENT OF THE YEAR: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Winston & Strawn

The National Law Journal

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Winston & Strawn's intellectual property litigation team assumes that every patent case will see the inside of a courtroom, so it never stops digging for evidence and honing each case. That's because the Chicago-based firm's litigation roots were already deeply planted when it started picking up patent cases during the 1970s and 1980s, according to intellectual property practice chairman George Lombardi.

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