Brinks Gilson & Lione
Brinks Gilson & Lione is one of the largest intellectual property law firms in the US and helps clients around the world to protect and enforce their intellectual property rights. Our more than 130 lawyers, patent agents, and scientific advisors assist clients in all aspects of patent, trademark, unfair competition, trade secret, and copyright law. Brinks attorneys provide informed counsel with respect to innovations in a range of complex and valuable technologies, including pharmaceuticals, chemicals, bioengineering, industrial manufacturing, electronics and software and medical devices.
Brinks Facts: Intellectual Property Team
- Attorneys & Scientific Advisors: 130+
- Technology areas covered: 60+
- Attorneys with advanced degrees: 30+
- Languages: 13
- Licensed at the USPTO: 100+
- Incorporated: 1917
Diversity and Inclusion: Moving Forward Together
At Brinks, we know that diversity is the way forward—not just for our firm, but for a better and more inclusive legal and business community as a whole. Simply put, we are smarter, stronger and more creative when our ideas reflect different perspectives. We don’t just support diversity—we actively seek it out. Reporting directly to our firm president, our Diversity & Inclusion Committee leads an array of initiatives to help people of different races, genders and sexual orientations succeed at Brinks, including:
Firmwide cultural competence training
Robust mentoring programs
Recruitment at minority job fairs and law schools
Sponsorship of diverse legal and charitable organizations
Active involvement in minority networking organizations
Meaningful, high-profile work assignments for all professionals.
Contributing authors from Brinks Gilson & Lione:
Brinks Gilson & Lione has been selected for a 2018 NLR Go-To Thought Leadership Award for coverage of IP and Copyright Litigation. The attorney-authors at Brinks Gilson write consistently on patent litigation, analyzing the decisions coming from the PTAB and the Federal Circuit and providing insight on their meaning in the greater context for NLR readers.