Lawrence Kolodney specializes in handling complex intellectual property matters, including litigation, post-grant review, due diligence and counseling work, with particular emphasis on the technical fields of networking, power electronics, and software. Mr. Kolodney's clients know him for providing highly responsive client service, his ability to quickly get to the core of highly complex technical matters, and his pragmatic approach to legal problem solving. He has litigated patent disputes in nearly every major patent venue across the country. Outside of his day-to-day practice, Mr. Kolodney is proud to serve as the chair of Fish's pro bono program. Mr. Kolodney led the effort to revamp Fish & Richardson's pro bono program in 2007. Over the following ten years, the firm saw a ten-fold increase in pro bono hours handled by attorneys.
Mr. Kolodney has served as a member of Fish's contingent fee intake committee since 2009, and has extensive experience vetting and handling contingent fee matters. Since 2005, Fish has recovered over $300 million on behalf of contingent fee clients.
Prior to joining Fish, Mr. Kolodney served as a law clerk to the Honorable Nancy Gertner of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and to the Honorable Benjamin Kaplan of the Massachusetts Appeals Court (recalled retired justice of Supreme Judicial Court).
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