December 10, 2020
Fitch Even partner Timothy P. Maloney has been recognized as a BTI Client Service All-Star for 2020, singled out exclusively by corporate counsel for his unwavering dedication to superior client service.
This is a data-driven recognition based solely on BTI Consulting Group’s in-depth telephone interviews with over 350 top legal decision makers at large organizations as part of BTI’s ongoing Annual Survey of General Counsel. This year, clients identified 475 individual attorneys from 181 law firms nationwide as “standing above all the others in delivering the absolute best in client service.” Attorneys are evaluated for exceptional performance in client engagement and investment and for qualities including keen strategic insight and industry savvy, unequivocal clarity, and a forward-thinking mindset.
Tim counsels clients on all aspects of intellectual property enforcement and defense, with an emphasis on representing patent owners in litigation and licensing. He is an established first-chair trial lawyer with a strong track record in numerous jury and bench trials, including cases involving patent, trade secret, antitrust, trademark, unfair competition, and professional malpractice matters. Tim has handled over 100 litigation-related patent post-issuance proceedings in the USPTO, consistently achieving favorable outcomes.
For more information on the 2020 BTI Client Service All-Stars, please visit the BTI website.
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