Robins Kaplan Receives High Ranks from Managing Intellectual Property Magazine; Seven Partners Named Patent Stars

Managing Intellectual Property recognized both the firm and its attorneys for excellence in intellectual property litigation.

May 22, 2018

Robins Kaplan LLP is pleased to announce that Managing Intellectual Property has ranked the firm as among the top “patent contentious” and “PTAB Litigation” law firms in the country. The magazine also named seven Robins Kaplan attorneys “Patent Stars.”

Breton A. Bocchieri, Jake M. Holdreith, Christopher K. Larus, David E. Marder, Ronald J. Schutz, and Bryan J. Vogel were named “Patent Stars” for 2018. The Patent Stars recognition acknowledges the outstanding reputations of these attorneys in their respective practice areas.

The firm as a whole was also highly ranked by Managing Intellectual Property, which stated that Robins Kaplan is “highly recommended” in Minnesota and a notable firm nationwide in the field of contentious patent work. The publication also ranked Robins Kaplan a Tier 3 firm nationwide for PTAB litigation.

According to Managing Intellectual Property, firm rankings and “Patent Stars” designations are based on a weighted system of peer and client feedback, combined with submissions analysis and independent research. To read Robins Kaplan’s full profile, click here.

Jake M. Holdreith


Member of the Executive Board

Christopher K. Larus


Chair, National IP and Technology Litigation Group

Ronald J. Schutz


Chair of the Executive Board

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