Hinckley Allen Attorneys Recognized as 2018 IP StarsJuly 18, 2018
Hinckley Allen is proud to announce our attorneys who have been recognized as “IP Stars” by Managing Intellectual Property. This is the fifth consecutive year Christine K. Bush, William R. Grimm, and Craig M. Scott have been honored.
Chris frequently handles complex business matters involving patent, trademark and copyright infringement, unfair competition, trade secrets, and covenants not to compete. She also regularly advises clients on issues concerning the protection of intellectual property and proprietary business information, including licensing and non-disclosure issues. Ms. Bush is an accomplished trial lawyer who has tried to verdict or judgment copyright, patent, and trade secret cases.
Bill’s practice focuses on corporate and commercial litigation including the prosecution of suits in both federal and state courts in the areas of intellectual property; trademark, copyright and patent infringement; owner, shareholder and partnership disputes; securities; trade secret and unfair competition. Bill has handled defense and prosecution of lawsuits throughout the country for many national and local corporations, including banks, retail store chains, consumer product companies, insurance companies, universities, chemical companies, pharmaceutical companies, and large manufacturers.
Craig Scott is a trial lawyer who concentrates his practice in the areas of complex business litigation, including patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret cases. He serves as lead trial counsel for clients in a variety of industries in federal courts throughout the country and internationally. Mr. Scott has tried to judgment or verdict a wide variety of matters, such as patent, copyright, trade secret, construction and environmental cases. Mr. Scott also counsels clients on intellectual property licensing and trademark and copyright protection.
The Hinckley Allen Intellectual Property (IP) Practice Group delivers strategic counsel on how to obtain, protect, leverage, and enforce intellectual property rights and assets—from single entrepreneurial endeavors to complex portfolios of IP assets for large corporations. IP disputes are often settled by crafting resolutions that avoid litigation. There are times, however, when litigation is the right course-and that’s where Hinckley Allen’s IP Litigation practice truly excels. Our experienced team has litigated patent, trademark, and copyright cases in courts throughout the United States. Learn more about the IP practice groups here: Intellectual Property (Corporate) and Intellectual Property Litigation.
Managing Intellectual Property conducted thousands of interviews and surveys of intellectual property partners at law firms and in-house counsel across the US to identify this year’s IP Stars. To earn the IP Star designation, attorneys must be recommended and confirmed through their peers and clients.PDF