Howrey's London chief jumps ship to Field Fisher

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  • Yet another US firm scales back in London. It won't be the last!

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  • This ship be sinking.....

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  • US firms ... 1 FFW..... 1
    By the way, didn't FFW lose most of its trade mark expertise last year? What does that say about their current patent capability?

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  • "I feel a great disturbance in the Howrey, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced."
    (sorry, but from now on all comments on The Lawyer will have a Star Wars theme, it's just too good to stop.)

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  • "By the way, didn't FFW lose most of its trade mark expertise last year? What does that say about their current patent capability?"

    Nothing at all.

    Next question.

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  • A large amount of the trade mark capability at FFW remained.
    Whatever you think about FFW they are now and still are a large firm in the IP world.
    P.S. I have absolutely nothing to do with either FFW or Howrey.

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  • FFW is far from being the biggest IP firm in London, not to mention what's left lacks substance.

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  • From the frying pan into the fire!

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  • Did anyone say they were the biggest IP firm in London? They are a large IP firm and not all their trade mark team walked - a large amount reamins Good grief a large amount of anti FFW sentiment here isn't there.

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  • The Dreamer still dreaming at FFW? Better read the press. The substance left. Face reality.

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