The National Law Journal Names Robins Kaplan a 2023 Legal Technology Trailblazer as a Result of Pinpoint IP®

February 7, 2023

The National Law Journal has named Robins Kaplan LLP to its list of 2023 Legal Technology Trailblazers as a result of Pinpoint IP®, the firm’s proprietary approach to patent analytics that helps clients protect and enforce their valuable IP assets.

With Pinpoint IP, innovators and investors can evaluate their IP, identify hidden value, and better maintain, defend, or monetize their technology and innovation assets. This unique service draws upon the capabilities of cutting-edge software, the litigation-focus of trial attorneys, and the expertise of in-house technical consultants, all harmonized to help clients analyze IP portfolios of any size and identify the assets most likely to generate value.

“This solution for understanding how to enforce and monetize patent portfolios could only have been developed by a cross-disciplinary team with significant experience in data analysis and software coding,” said Christopher Larus, the firm’s National IP and Technology Litigation Group Chair.

Pinpoint IP is part of Acumen Powered by Robins Kaplan LLP®, the firm’s suite of interdisciplinary professional services, differentiated by its litigation focus and commitment to helping clients win what matters most.

View The National Law Journal’s 2023 Legal Technology Trailblazers list here.

Christopher K. Larus


Chair, National IP and Technology Litigation Group

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