As we mentioned in our State of the Firm 2009 letter, we are sensitive to recent economic realities and we continue to do all we can to deliver high quality legal services in a cost-effective and efficient manner. We always have. That is the the Morse, Barnes-Brown & Pendelton philosophy. And in an effort to bring more of the same to our clients — senior level attention, focused expertise at a value unmatched by the downtown Boston legal market — we have been dutifully expanding our Intellectual Property practice.
Our most recent hire in this area is Sean Detweiler, an IP and patent attorney with experience in clean technology, medical devices, software and combined technologies. Sean served nine years at intellectual property law firm Lahive & Cockfield, and also brings perspective as an in-house intellectual property counsel for a multi-billion dollar international corporation. He is the fourth IP attorney to join the MBBP team in less than a year. We welcome Sean and our other new talent in MBBP’s growing IP practice: