Chambers USA again has recognized Meunier Carlin & Curfman’s intellectual property expertise in its latest prestigious legal guide. Chambers recognized the firm’s litigation practice, stating the firm has “a wealth of experience handling complex contentious proceedings involving patent and copyright infringement allegations.”
In addition to Chambers recognizing the firm for intellectual property prowess in Georgia, litigators Tony Askew and Steve Schaetzel were acknowledged for their respected careers in the field. Steve was mentioned as a “very good lawyer with a very diverse skill set,” while Tony maintains his “stellar reputation” as a “stalwart of the Georgia IP practice and a terrific lawyer.”
Chambers also recognized the firm’s proficiency in IP portfolio management, including patent applications, protection strategies and licensing agreements.
“This Chambers USA recognition speaks to the elite capabilities of our intellectual property litigation practice, along with our renowned individual litigators, Steve and Tony,” said managing partner, Drew Meunier.
Chambers & Partners has been ranking the best lawyers since 1990 and now covers 185 jurisdictions throughout the world. Thousands of interviews are conducted by a team of full-time editors and researchers to assess and rank the leading firms and lawyers according to their reputations among peers and clients in the areas of technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness/astuteness, diligence, commitment and other qualities valued by clients.