McCarter & English, LLP has bolstered its Intellectual Property practice with the addition of James Moore Bollinger as a partner in Stamford. A registered patent attorney with more than 30 years of experience in patent litigation, his practice focuses on pharmaceuticals, biotech, and medical devices.
“Jim is known for his strong IP litigation and technical experience and will be a valuable addition to our active IP practice,” said Jonathan Sparks, PhD, chair of McCarter’s Intellectual Property practice. “Not only is his litigation track record impressive but his background will support our clients in the life sciences and related industries. We are excited to have Jim join our team.”
“I look forward to working closely with my colleagues in McCarter’s well-established team to provide the full range of IP services to our clients,” said Bollinger. “McCarter’s depth in IP and other services provides a tremendous platform for my clients.”
A veteran trial lawyer, Bollinger has acted as lead trial counsel on numerous patent and trademark disputes representing Fortune 500 companies and has tried cases both to a jury and to the bench including representing several overseas clients in international forums on patent and IP matters.
In addition to IP litigation, Bollinger assists clients in building and managing IP portfolios, defending and prosecuting post-grant reviews (IPRs), prosecuting patents in international forums, and developing and defended branding and trademarks.
Notably, he has done patent work for several prominent professors from Yale and MIT, including Franco Modigliani, MIT Professor of Economics, who won the 1985 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. He received his Juris Doctorate from Elizabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Tufts University.
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