March 05, 2018
Patent Litigation partner Edward Reines has been recognized as an Intellectual Property “Trailblazer” by The National Law Journal.
In a special supplement to NLJ, Mr. Reines is recognized among an elite group of IP attorneys.
The profile of Mr. Reines notes that he helped Weil open its Silicon Valley office, which was the first in the Valley for a national law firm. It also mentions that Mr. Reines has a great deal of experience specifically in the area of genetics and patented genetic inventions, and highlights recent victories for Professor Steve Quake of Stanford University, as well as Life Technologies.
Mr. Reines is the 11th Weil partner since late 2015 to be named an NLJ Trailblazer in his or her respective field of expertise. The other honorees are: Securities Litigation Practice Co-Head John Neuwirth (Litigation); Antitrust partner Jeffrey Perry (Antitrust); Litigation Department Co-Chair Jonathan Polkes (Litigation); Corporate Department Chairman Michael Aiello (Mergers & Acquisitions); Co-Head of the Antitrust/Competition practice Steven Newborn (Antitrust); Head of the IP & Media practice R. Bruce Rich (Litigation); member of the Firm’s Cybersecurity, Data Privacy & Information Management Group Randi Singer (Cybersecurity & Data Privacy); Co-Head of the Firm’s White Collar Defense, Regulatory and Investigations Group Steven Tyrrell (White Collar Crime); Head of the Environmental practice Annemargaret Connolly (Energy & Environmental) and Antitrust partner Steven Bernstein (Antitrust).