Three Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Attorneys Named Best Lawyers in America® 2016
CONCORD, MA, August 17, 2015 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to announce that three of our Principals have been added to the list of Best Lawyers, and they will receive the distinction of Best Lawyers in America® 2016.
Alice Carroll, Deirdre Sanders, and Mark Solomon were recognized for their expertise in Patent Law. Alice practices in the areas of biotechnology, chemical, and environmental sciences, food technology, and various engineering fields, while Deirdre's practice focuses in the area of biotechnology with emphasis in biologics, antibody-based therapeutics, pharmaceuticals, and drug discovery and development. Mark's practice focuses on engineering technologies, including communications systems, medical devices, optics, control systems, signal processing, clean technologies, and software.
The Best Lawyers®
recognition is based on peer-reviewed listings, and is the oldest and most respected publication in the legal industry. The publication, which is compiled from more than 5.5 million detailed evaluations of lawyers by other lawyers, is distributed world-wide in almost 70 countries.
, President and Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, stated, "These three Principals have provided exceptional patent services to our clients for many years and this recognition is well deserved. This recognition reflects our firm's commitment to high-quality intellectual property services and they join the other industry-recognized attorneys in our firm who have displayed the same commitment."
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
is among New England's largest law firms devoted to the practice of intellectual property law. The firm specializes in patents, trademarks, intellectual property litigation, copyrights, licensing, due diligence, opinions, trade secrets, and intellectual property counseling. The firm's legal staff provides comprehensive intellectual property legal expertise in biotechnology, chemistry, computer hardware and software, telecommunications, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, physics, optics, nanotechnology, and electrical, chemical and mechanical engineering.