A Conversation with Life Science Litigator Jonathan Singer

Jonathan E. Singer, head of Fish’s life sciences litigation practice, explains why he chose a career in patent litigation. Watch as Jon describes what inspires him, shares career highlights, and presents his views on what the future holds for life sciences litigation.

Whether working as lead trial counsel for his clients or as part of a trial or litigation team, Jon handles all aspects of litigation, including leading jury and bench trials, trying cases to administrative and arbitration panels, and conducting briefing and arguments before the Courts of Appeals. Jon is also an expert in proceedings under the Hatch-Waxman Act. He is a renowned life sciences industry leader and acclaimed trial attorney, and every year he is named one of the nation’s finest life sciences trial attorneys.

To learn more about Jon, go to his bio page: http://www.fr.com/jonathan-e-singer/

 

Principal, Gwilym Attwell Discusses Life Science Intellectual Property

Fish attorneys have served as leading advisors to pioneers in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and life sciences fields for more than a century. For three consecutive years, we have been named the top US law firm for life sciences and biotechnology IP work by Managing Intellectual Property magazine. Clients choose Fish because of the technical and scientific expertise of our internationally recognized attorneys. Learn more by visiting fr.com/industries/life-sciences