Intellectual Asset Management Again Ranks Gibbons Among World’s Leading Patent Professionals


June 23, 2017

The firm and the following attorneys have been selected for this recognition conferred by Intellectual Asset Management. A description of the selection methodology for this recognition can be found here. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) has again included Gibbons P.C. in its 2017 edition of IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Professionals.

David E. De Lorenzi, Chair of the Gibbons Intellectual Property Department, and Department Counsel George W. Johnston and George M. Gould were also recognized individually among IAM’s leading patent practitioners. This is the seventh straight year that IAM has recognized the firm.

To compile the IAM Patent 1000, the IAM team conducts extensive research over the course of five months with thousands of private practice attorneys based in dozens of countries, as well as the users of their services, in order to identify the practitioners and practices that are considered to excel at providing patent-related legal services.

Among other accolades, IAM recognized that “intellectual property is a central pillar at general practice Gibbons” while also recognizing that the firm’s IP experience “across the board means that patents are prosecuted with aplomb, technology transfers are swiftly sewn up and high-stakes cases are favourably resolved.”

David E. De Lorenzi was again selected by IAM for his patent litigation and transactional practice: “David is a smart, sensible, practical and cost-effective attorney who gets superb results and whom clients trust. What is really impressive is the way he can move from zealous advocate in the courtroom to savvy negotiator if the time comes to settle. Excellent in all respects, he really brings a lot to the picture.”

Of George M. Gould, the publications notes “Formulating flawless strategies comes as second nature to Gould; of late, he has been doing just that in the pharmaceutical space …”

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A description of the selection process methodology for the awards referenced is available at