Trexler Intellectual Property Attorneys Join Clark Hill PLC Chicago
CHICAGO – The attorneys and staff of Trexler, Bushnell, Giangiorgi, Blackstone, & Marr Ltd, have joined Clark Hill PLC Chicago, Clark Hill CEO John Hern announced today. The former Trexler attorneys will help lead Clark Hill’s Intellectual Property Practice, being co-led from the firm’s Chicago and Detroit offices. Trexler, a 120-year-old firm, has an extensive history representing clients’ intellectual property concerns, including patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, and unfair competition interests. “Joining Clark Hill is an exciting opportunity for our firm and our clients,” Trexler Managing Member Dave Marr said. “This will allow us to continue providing the highest level of services to clients across the country and internationally, and will give us a broader base of expertise, wider geographical presence, and access to the latest in leading-edge technology.” In addition to Marr, attorneys Richard Giangiorgi, Raiford Blackstone, Linda Palomar, James Foley, James O’Malley, Timothy McCarthy, and Paige Kitzinger also have joined Clark Hill. “In welcoming this group of experienced professionals to the Clark Hill team, we are deepening the bench of our full service client offering,” Hern said. “Extending our Intellectual Property Practice will allow us to offer greater value to clients worldwide through a more complete level of service.”
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