Ronald J. Schutz: Lawyer by Day, Indiana Jones on the Weekends

February 2014

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As the chair of the national IP litigation group, regional managing partner of Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P.’s New York office, and a member of the firm’s executive board, it might seem that Ronald Schutz would have a daunting task juggling a full caseload and dividing time between Minnesota and New York. But it’s the challenge of successfully managing and practicing that continues to propel Schutz to new professional heights. His area of practice encompasses business and patent litigation, software, trade secrets and life sciences. But he also manages to work in a healthy dose of outdoor and adventure pursuits in his spare time.

Printed with permission from Attorney At Law Magazine.

Ronald J. Schutz

Partner

Chair of Executive Board
Managing Partner, New York Office

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