News Coverage

  • Corporate Counsel Publishes Panitch Schwarze Attorneys’ Article on Venue // February 23, 2017
    Panitch Schwarze partner John D. Simmons, along with associate Keith A. Jones, wrote an article entitled, “Is Change on the Way for Patent Litigation Rules?”  Read more

  • Panitch Schwarze Partner Provides Trademark Insights to CNN Money // February 22, 2017
    CNN Money’s Heather Long sought the professional opinion of Panitch Schwarze partner Fred Tecce  on the probability of success for several big-name businesses in the race to trademark the phrase, “fake news.”  Read more

  • Panitch Schwarze Named ‘Top IP Firm’ by Philadelphia Business Journal // October 21, 2016
    Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP has been listed among the top Intellectual Property law firms in the greater Philadelphia area.  Read more

  • Judge Awards $486K to Panitch Schwarze Client Dominion Inc. for Infringed Patent (Law360)
    A Pennsylvania federal jury has ordered Alstom Grid LLC to pay electric company Dominion Resources Inc., a client of intellectual property law firm Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP, nearly $500,000 in royalties — which could potentially triple — for the willful infringement of a Dominion energy-conservation software patent. Read more

  • The Legal Intelligencer Talks IP Law Practice with Panitch Schwarze Partner // June 13, 2016
    IP practice is growing in Philadelphia, with large firms adding more Intellectual Property attorneys. Read more

  • Panitch Schwarze Associate Discusses Generational Intelligence in the Law Firm // September 14, 2015
    Panitch Schwarze associate Bridget Labutta shares eight of the most common mistakes young lawyers make – and how to avoid them. Read more

  • Panitch Schwarze Opens New Location in Delaware // September 10, 2014
    Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP is pleased to announce its expansion of its Intellectual Property practice with the opening of a new Wilmington, Delaware office. Read more

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