Insights: News Steve Moore Named One of the Nation’s Best Patent Litigators of 2023
Partner Steve Moore was recently named one of the Best Patent Litigators of 2023 in "Patexia Insight 179: Best Patent Litigators of 2023: A Fusion of Analytics and Peer Reviews" by Patexia.
This study encompassed an impressive 17,052 litigators who participated in patent cases during the observed period, including local counsel. Excluding local counsel, we identified 16,585 litigators who acted as counsel for either plaintiffs or defendants during this period. Performance scores were meticulously calculated based on each case's outcome, points allocated to the involved parties, and the results of related IPR petitions, when applicable.
This insight spotlighted some of the best-performing attorneys as well as some of the reviews and commentaries they have received from other highly regarded active attorneys in patent litigation or in-house counsels who have closely worked with these individuals. Making it into the top ranks is an impressive accomplishment. These professionals have demonstrated their prowess, ascending to the upper echelon in their respective fields.
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