Lowe Graham Jones attorneys David Lowe, Larry Graham, Mark Lorbiecki, and Mark Walters have again been included in the Washington Super Lawyers list. Larry Graham and Mark Walters have been included in the listing every year since 2006, while David has been listed each year since 2007. LGJ is pleased to have its attorneys recognized by this important publication which carefully evaluates each candidate for listing and is limited to no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state.
LGJ attorney Larry Graham has been honored as the attorney profiled this month in the King County Bar Association's monthly periodical, the Bar Bulletin.
LGJ is proud to have filed an amicus brief on behalf of The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) in Commil USA v. Cisco, No. 13-896, a case currently accepted for review by the United States Supreme Court on writ of certiorari from the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. In Commil, the issue presented is “[w]hether the Federal Circuit erred in holding that a defendant’s belief that a patent is invalid is a defense to induced infringement under 35 U.S.C. § 271(b).” The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) is a trade association representing over 1,100 companies, academic institutions, and biotechnology centers. BIO members are involved in the research and development of biotechnological healthcare, agricultural, environmental, and industrial products. In the healthcare sector alone, the biotechnology industry has more than 370 therapeutic products currently in clinical trials being studied to treat more than 200 diseases. The vast majority of BIO members are small companies that have yet to bring a product to market and attain profitability.
Lowe Graham Jones attorneys David Lowe, Larry Graham, Mark Lorbiecki, and Mark Walters have again been included in the Washington Super Lawyers list, while attorney Ben Dugan is listed among the Rising Stars list.
Intellectual Asset Management has named Lowe Graham Jones attorney Larry Graham as one of the world's leading patent practitioners in 2014, including him within the highest tier of individual attorneys for patent litigation.
LGJ is excited to announce the addition of attorneys Bruce Black, John Branch, Patrick Turner, John Martin and Karl Hefter to the firm.
LGJ is excited to announce the addition of attorneys Gary Myles and Jeff Patterson to the firm. Gary Myles holds a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Biophysics, with a practice emphasizing biotechnology patent prosecution. Jeff Patterson holds a Ph.D. in Physics and practices patent prosecution in the computer, electrical, and mechanical arts
LGJ is thrilled to announce that Mark Walters has joined the firm. Mark is a seasoned intellectual property litigator with an array of high-stakes, precedential intellectual property cases to his credit, including an oral argument before the US Supreme Court. Mark also counsels new and emerging technology companies on IP strategy, including providing patentability and freedom to operate opinions. Mark's experience lists many cases in highly technical or specialized industries, including biotechnology, software, or genetics.
Best Lawyers® has released its listing of Seattle’s “Lawyers of the Year” in Seattle for 2013. Lowe Graham Jones attorney David Lowe has been named to the list for intellectual property law practitioners.
Intellectual Asset Management has released its listing of the world’s leading patent practitioners for 2013. Lowe Graham Jones attorney Larry Graham has again been named as one of the world's leading patent practitioners.