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Fenwick Again Recognized as a Best Place to Work in the Bay Area, Top Law Firm

Mountain View, CA (April 25, 2013) – Fenwick & West is pleased to announce that, for the seventh year, the firm was recognized among the “Best Places to Work in the Bay Area” by the San Francisco Business Times and the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal. The firm placed fourth among companies of similar size and was the highest ranked law firm on the list. The list recognizes companies with “the coolest workplaces that foster creativity, morale and culture.”

“We strive daily through our interactions with employees and our firm policies to create a friendly and open working environment,” said Pat Lyden, Fenwick’s chief human resources officer, “Working with some of the most innovative and progressive technology and life sciences companies in the world has definitely left its mark on our culture. We are very pleased to receive this consistent recognition of our efforts.”

The rankings were based on employee responses to a wide range of questions that covered workplace environment, management communication, benefits and compensation.

Companies were honored at an awards celebration held on April 24 at the Hilton San Francisco. The entire list of the “Best Places to Work in the Bay Area 2013” is featured in a special section in the April 26-May 2 issues of the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal.

About Fenwick & West
Fenwick & West provides comprehensive legal services to ground-breaking technology and life sciences companies at every stage of their lifecycle. We craft innovative, cost-effective and practical solutions for established and emerging companies on issues ranging from venture capital, public offerings, joint ventures, M&A and strategic relationships, to intellectual property, litigation and dispute resolution, taxation, antitrust, and employment and labor law. For more than four decades, Fenwick has helped some of the world's most recognized companies become and remain market leaders.