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Mintz Recognized Again as an ITC Market Leader by Patexia

Boston, MA – Patexia, Inc. has named Mintz a “Most Active” and “Best Performing” law firm for Section 337 investigations before the U.S. International Trade Commission in its 2022 ITC Intelligence Report. Additionally, the firm boasts five of the Top 20 “Most Active” ITC attorneys representing complainants, including Members Andrew DeVoogd, Jonathan Engler, Michael Renaud, James Wodarski, and Special Counsel Sharon O’Brien. Of note, Michael Renaud, Chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Division is ranked among the Top 5 most active ITC attorneys representing complainants.

“We’re honored by Patexia’s continued recognition of the firm and our commitment to excellence for clients in high-stakes litigation at the ITC,” said Mr. Renaud. “The ITC is an increasingly popular venue for intellectual property rights enforcement under Section 337 because of its fast pace and powerful available remedies. We have been navigating ITC investigations for more than a decade, and know how to drive successful resolutions.”

Mintz’s Intellectual Property Practice boasts an accomplished team of patent litigators with the knowledge of and experience with the ITC staff attorneys who are critical to success. Mintz is one of the very few firms ever to have achieved a General Exclusion Order in a 337 investigation, and the team has a successful representation of parties on both sides of ITC cases. Learn more about Mintz’s ITC Practice here.

Founded in 2010, Patexia Inc. is an intellectual property community and information service. The 2022 ITC Intelligence Report is based on data obtained from public sources, including the ITC’s Electronic Document Information System, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Patent Trial appeal Board, and PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records), as well as self-reported by attorneys on the Patexia website. The full Patexia 2022 ITC Intelligence Report is available here.


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