David E. De Lorenzi – Gibbons IP Department Chair – Named Among Top 25 IP Attorneys Nationwide by General Counsel & Other In-House Counsel
February 12, 2015
David E. De Lorenzi, Chair of the Intellectual Property Department at Gibbons P.C., has been named among only 25 intellectual property attorneys nationwide by the BTI Consulting Group in its 2015 BTI Client Service All-Stars Report. The newly released report is the comprehensive result of interviews with more than 300 senior legal officers and other executives overseeing the provision of legal services at companies with revenues of $1 billion or more.
The top 25 attorneys were selected based on their innovation and thought leadership, proficiency and talent, and their understanding of their clients’ businesses and needs, as well as value and results. In particular, the ranked IP attorneys were noted for their deep insight into the complex connection between the business, technical, and legal issues their clients face.
“There’s a small but important trend of clients wanting to acquire more IP services from the single firm,” says Michael Rynowecer of BTI. “One thing that stands out about these IP All-Stars is that they seem to have a little bit better understanding of that than most. They’re very good at going back into their firms and putting together a team that fits perfectly for clients.”
Mr. De Lorenzi, who has also been ranked among the world’s leading patent practitioners by Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) for each of the last four years, has 25 years of trial court experience before federal courts nationwide and the International Trade Commission in all fields of intellectual property law, spanning a variety of technologies. The other half of his practice involves counseling clients on their strategic intellectual property development, acquisition, divestiture, and enforcement needs, and negotiating intellectual property transactions that accomplish those business goals. Mr. De Lorenzi’s representative clients are in the life sciences, alternative energy, telecommunications, and consumer products industries.