Osha Liang Ranked Again in IAM Patent 1000

For the second year in a row, Osha Liang was recognized by Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) Patent 1000 as one of the top patent firms in Texas.  Osha Liang’s intellectual property practice achieved a “highly recommended” overall ranking and was recognized in the category of prosecution.  Additionally, Partner Jeffrey Bergman was also named a top individual in patent prosecution.

IAM Patent 1000 has fast become the definitive directory exclusively dedicated to identifying the world’s leading patent service providers.  The guide was compiled following an extensive research process, which included interviews with numerous private practice lawyers and in-house counsel to gather market intelligence on the leading players in the field.

Below is the full review of our firm’s practice (quotes are direct from client and associate references):

“Fabulous, streamlined and cost-effective international IP player” Osha Liang is a past master at protecting innovations and getting patent applications granted in the United States, in Europe and in Asia. Agile in all technical fields, and innovative in its deployment of patent agents, the group “understands that acquiring patents is not just a legal process but a multifaceted art” and has “consistently gotten more sophisticated in its pursuit of IP rights”. One of the best in the business is Jeffrey Bergman, a thought and practice leader in the areas of oilfield technology and nanotechnology, and chemistry, materials science and mechanical engineering more generally. A lightning rod for praise, he has “an unparalleled breadth and depth of knowledge”. “The extent of his insight into the prosecution process and the thinking of USPTO examiners is a real differentiator – it enables him to save time, money and a lot of frustration. He is fast to respond, and also represents excellent value for money.” No one-trick pony, Osha Liang fights frequently in district courts as well as the PTAB and brings experience of international litigation to the table – something for prospective clients to keep in mind.

Click here to see all results from the IAM Patent 1000 2018 Guide.