Posted Oct 31, 2011 07:04 pm CDT
Winston & Strawn is adding two more lawyers to its intellectual property practice group, announcing today that the firm is bringing in partners Alfred Fabricant and Lawrence Drucker as partners from Dickstein Shapiro.
Fabricant will head the IP practice group in New York City. “Fred and Larry bring enormous talent and energy to our IP litigation practice,” said Michael Elkin, who serves as managing partner of the New York office, in the firm’s press release. “Their nuanced understanding of advanced technologies, plus their track record of success in the courtroom, are tremendous assets to existing and new clients in New York.”
With Fabricant and Drucker, the firm has added 19 IP lawyers to its attorney roster this year, including 15 from Howrey. It subsequently brought in David P. Dalke and David P. Enzminger from O’Melveny & Myers, Bloomberg reports.
Chicago-based Winston has more than 900 attorneys.
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