Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) magazine has designated Workman Nydegger as a gold firm in its third edition of IAM Patent 1000 – The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners. According to IAM, “firms and individuals in the gold band are those that attract the most positive comments from sources. We have identified them as the crème de la crème; their success hinges on reputations established over lengthy periods of time, something which enables them to secure the most high-profile, big-ticket work from the most demanding of clients.”
Of Workman Nydegger, IAM wrote that Workman Nydegger “sets the bar when it comes to drafting and filing commercially valuable patents; this is particularly the case in the IT space, where the firm continues to act for Microsoft. Rick Nydegger is the biggest fish in this pond for prosecution. With his background in litigation, he can craft patents that are capable of withstanding future challenges. Managing shareholder Jonathan Richards is another architect of the firm’s success in prosecution. The firm is ‘phenomenal when it comes to IP litigation’: sources single out Brent Lorimer for praise, calling him ‘seriously good’ and confiding that ‘he has been in more trials than most people in this market’.”
Celebrating its 30 year anniversary, Workman Nydegger is the largest IP law firm in Utah. The firm’s attorneys, located in offices in Salt Lake City and Atlanta, represent a wide array of clients in patent, trademark, copyright, unfair competition and related litigation and licensing matters, and in a diverse range of technologies, including computer systems, software, e-commerce and information technology; electronics and electrical engineering; pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, chemical, biotechnology and medical and life science technologies; physics and optics; mechanics and mechanical engineering and alternative energy.