Partner Richard K. Herrmann, chair of Morris James’ Intellectual Property Group, has been named by Intellectual Asset Management as one of the “World’s Leading Patent & Technology Licensing Lawyers” in its 2013 edition of the IAM Patent 1000.
According to IAM, “Private practice lawyers play a key role in developing and implementing patent strategies for clients in both local and global markets, as well as acting to protect their clients’ rights in the event of infringement. The IAM Patent 1000 shines a spotlight on the firms and individuals that are deemed outstanding in this pivotal area of practice.”
Richard handles many forms of complex litigation, including intellectual property, commercial litigation, and technology litigation, and he has practiced patent litigation in the District of Delaware for more than twenty five years. He is adept with technology and possesses broad understanding of its capabilities as applied to discovery in litigation matters. Richard has been a driving force in the development of Morris James’ respected eDiscovery Practice Group. Richard is Chair of Mediation Remote, a select panel of lawyers providing remote mediation services in eDiscovery via desktop video teleconferencing.
Richard teaches Electronic Discovery for the National Judicial College and Widener University School of Law, as well as a course entitled “Technology Augmented Practice Management” at William and Mary Law School. He is on the Executive Committee of the Richard Herrmann Technology Inn of Court.
To read more about Richard Herrmann’s listing in the IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners 2013, please click here.