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Lewis and Roca Recognized As 2013 Go-To Law Firm Within The Top 500 Companies For Intellectual Property
Published on Thu, Jan 31, 2013 (8:56 a.m.)LAS VEGAS, NV – Lewis and Roca LLP is pleased to announce that client Caesars Entertainment Corporation selected the firm as their Go-To Firm for Intellectual Property, as compiled by ALM. This honor puts Lewis and Roca in an elite group of firms that deliver exceptional work for the Fortune-500.
The firm’s Intellectual Property practice, led by Practice Group Leader Michael McCue, has worked with individuals, organizations and companies throughout the country and the world to develop and protect rights in intellectual property. The group offers clients a full range of intellectual property services and experience.
Lewis and Roca will be featured in the 2013 Spring Edition of “Intellectual Property” - a stand alone supplement distributed with Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer magazines in April 2013.
ALM, an integrated media company, is a leading provider of specialized business news and information, focused primarily on the legal and commercial real estate sectors. ALM serves its customers through the quality of our content, ongoing product innovation, dedication to customer service and a commitment to providing unique insight and analysis across these industries.
ABOUT LEWIS AND ROCA LLP
Lewis and Roca has been one of the Southwest’s leading law firms for over 60 years. With offices in Las Vegas, Reno, Phoenix, Tucson, Albuquerque and Silicon Valley, the firm’s practice encompasses numerous industry and legal practice areas including business transactions and litigation. For additional information, please visit www.LRLaw.com.
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