Workman Nydegger has been recognized in the 2016 Chambers USA Guide: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business as a Band 2 law firm in the field of Intellectual Property. Chambers commended Workman Nydegger for their substantial capabilities regarding both prosecution and litigation. Clients were noted as being “impressed by [Workman Nydegger’s] responsiveness and small-firm feel even though they are a high-level, nationally recognized IP firm.” The most outstanding law firms and individual attorneys are chosen annually and placed in ranking bands from 1-6.
Attorneys Rick Nydegger, Brent Lorimer and John Stringham were also recognized by Chambers USA as Notable Practitioners. Receiving a Band 1 ranking, Mr. Nydegger was recognized for his expertise in patent matters, particularly related to the electronics, software and medical devices industries. Mr. Lorimer was noted for his “experience and skill in IP litigation matters” in a variety of technological fields, awarding him with a Band 3 ranking. Mr. Stringham also received a Band 3 ranking, with high remarks on his diligent and effective approach to IP prosecution matters. A firm’s placement on the published list is determined by specific qualities valued by clients such as technical ability, professional conduct, industry knowledge, commitment, and others. Attorneys are ranked individually on the basis of their legal knowledge, capability, experience and efficiency.
Founded over 30 years ago, Workman Nydegger specializes in intellectual property (IP) law and complex litigation. The firm represents a wide array of clients in all areas of intellectual property law, including patent, trademark, copyright, litigation and prosecution, unfair competition and related licensing matters, and possesses expertise 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.