Polsinelli is an Am Law 100 firm with approximately 800 attorneys in 20 offices, serving corporations, institutions, and entrepreneurs nationally. Ranked #17* for Client Service Excellence among 650 U.S. law firms in the 2017 BTI Client Service A-Team Report, Polsinelli has risen more than 50 spots over the past five years in the Am Law 100 annual law firm ranking. Polsinelli attorneys provide practical legal counsel infused with business insight, and focus on health care, financial services, real estate, intellectual property, mid-market corporate, labor and employment, and business litigation. Polsinelli attorneys have depth of experience in 100 service areas and 70 industries. The firm can be found online at www.polsinelli.com. Polsinelli PC. In California, Polsinelli LLP. * 2017 BTI Client Service A-Team Report
Axinn is a different kind of law firm. It combines the skills, experience and dedication of the world’s largest firms with the focus, responsiveness, efficiency and attention to client needs of the best boutiques. Axinn was established in the late 1990s by lawyers from premier Wall Street firms with a common vision, and has been joined by lawyers from the best firms and law schools who share that vision. Axinn is devoted to providing the highest conceivable quality of service in three practice areas: antitrust, intellectual property and high-stakes litigation. Axinn achieves that goal with world-class skills and deep trial experience. Time and again, major companies have turned to Axinn for their biggest deals and cases, often on the eve of trial.
Keith Grady is the Chair of the Intellectual Property and Technology Litigation Practice Group. With over 28 years of experience in government and private law practice, clients turn to Keith for both ongoing counsel and immediate litigation needs. He takes a strategic approach to developing, enforcing and defending clients' intellectual property and furthering their business interests. He is a frequent writer and speaker on various topics, including Hatch-Waxman litigation, patent litigation, defense of claims brought by patent trolls, trademark litigation and copyright issues. Clients have said Keith has "a rational, common sense approach to IP litigation matters. He is willing to do what is best for the client, and knows when to dig in his heels, concede a point, or settle."
Graham Day has spent nearly 20 years capitalizing on efficiency and creativity to solve a wide range of issues for clients. He is adept at recognizing the business realities of a given situation and then utilizing his experience to meet clients' goals.
Graham is a shareholder in the Intellectual Property Litigation practice group. He is also a member of the Commercial and Business Litigation practice group, as well as the Probate and Fiduciary Litigation practice group. He focuses his practice on handling a wide variety of business litigation matters through trial and appeal with an emphasis on patent litigation, trademark litigation, trade secret litigation, copyright litigation, and other forms of intellectual property litigation.
Thomas practices intellectual property litigation with a focus on pharmaceutical (Hatch-Waxman) and medical device patent litigation. He also represents clients in trademark and copyright litigation. His experience ranges across all aspects of litigation from pre-litigation counseling and strategy through fact and expert discovery, dispositive motions and trial. Thomas also has significant appellate experience before the Federal and Second Circuit Courts of Appeals, and is an adjunct professor at the University of Connecticut School of Law. Thomas earned his J.D. from Yale Law School and served as a law clerk to the Honorable Alfred V. Covello of the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut.
John Challis protects individual and business clients, diligently working toward the best possible outcome in all of their legal matters. Focused in the areas of intellectual property and technology litigation, he serves clients by providing counseling, advice, and litigation support on patent, trademark and copyright infringement, intellectual property ownership, licensing issues, unfair competition, and trade secrets. John also has significant experience in the areas of probate, trust, and fiduciary litigation, as well as business litigation. While he is fully prepared to proceed through trial, John understands the value of alternative dispute resolution and is fully versed in utilizing mediation and arbitration to obtain favorable results for clients.