Fish & Richardson Announces New Managing Principal of Dallas, Texas Office

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Fish & Richardson announced that J. Kevin Gray, a leading intellectual property transactional and patent attorney at the firm, has been named managing principal of its Dallas, Texas office. Gray will also continue his role as national chair of Fish’s Licensing group, which was recently named by Intellectual Asset Management as one of the best in the country. Fish recently started a new pro bono partnership in Dallas with Disability Rights Texas, an organization devoted to advocating for full legal protection for Texans with disabilities. Other Dallas pro bono partnerships include Texas Appleseed, a social and economic justice advocacy organization that leverages pro bono resources to identify practical solutions to difficult, systemic problems; Immigration Equality, an advocacy organization focusing on helping LGBTQ immigrants seeking asylum in the U.S.; and the USPTO’s pro bono program, which provides patent prosecution services to low-income inventors, some of whom have received patents issued thanks to Fish’s work.
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March
2017