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NY and London Offices, Seven Partners, Honored in IAM’s Patent 1000

Haley Guiliano is pleased to announce their inclusion in the distinguished Firm IAM Patent 1000 rankings for 2022. The ranking, which also recommended nine HG attorneys, is the preeminent resource for those seeking to identify world-class, private practice patent expertise. In addition to our recognition as a firm, seven Haley Guiliano partners were honored in the prestigious Individual IAM Patent 1000

IAM had this to say about the firm in the recommendation: “Under the stewardship of managing partner Joseph Guiliano, Haley Guiliano never stops evolving and is constantly finding ways to bring new value to its clientele; over the past 18 months or so, it has added more than 15 professionals to its roster, elevating its skill set in various ways and increasing its diversity to allow for better strategic ideation and problem-solving.” The profile lauded HG’s life sciences hire Alison Care and recently promoted partner Brian Gummow, highlighting their collaboration in drafting and prosecuting domestic and international patents covering treatments for central nervous system disorders and infectious diseases. In addition, the write-up notes James F. Haley Jr. as “one of the most experienced life sciences patent lawyers in the United States” and says of partner Karen Mangsarian, “Her legal acumen is second to none, and her advice is unfailingly pragmatic.”

HG’s London office was featured in the guide for the first time this year and received a Bronze level recommendation. IAM cites HG London’s “growing reputation” and recognized excellence in “high-value IP deals and high-stakes contentious matters before the courts and the EPO.” In addition, the profile mentions Peter Hale for his portfolio management prowess, Alison Care for her technical expertise and “commercial nous”, and Roger Nash for his ability to understand and realize client objectives. 

The honorees in the Individual IAM Patent 1000 span all three firm offices (London, New York, and San Jose) and all practice groups (Life Sciences, Engineering, and Litigation) with partners Peter Hale, James F. Haley, Jr., Joseph Guiliano, Karen Mangasarian, Richard McCaulley, and Joshua Van Hoven maintaining their status on the prestigious list. Making his debut on the Individual Patent 1000 this year is Brian Gummow, “Brian provides tactical advice that progresses clients’ portfolios and adds tremendous value. He is highly responsive to any questions and requests and his written work product is very high quality.” 

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