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Fenwick Identified as Go-To Law Firm for Fortune 500 Companies

The firm is among an “exclusive group of firms that deliver exceptional work for the FORTUNE 500” in patent prosecution, intellectual property litigation, labor litigation and contracts litigation.

​Mountain View, CA (January 28, 2014) – Fenwick & West is pleased to announce that the firm has again been identified as a go-to law firm for Fortune 500® companies for patent prosecution, intellectual property litigation, labor litigation and contracts litigation. Recognized as a Go-To Law Firm® of the Top 500 Companies, Fenwick is among an “exclusive group of firms that deliver exceptional work for the FORTUNE 500®,” according to publisher American Lawyer Media.

This year, Hewlett-Packard, Amazon.com and Symantec identified Fenwick as their go-to counsel for both patent prosecution and intellectual property litigation, with Caesars Entertainment and Target also recognizing Fenwick as their go-to firm for patent prosecution. Target in-house counsel said they turn to Fenwick for labor litigation and Sprint Nextel inside counsel likes Fenwick for contracts litigation.

Law firms were selected for the list based on data obtained through surveys sent to general counsel at Fortune 500® companies and public record research in various key databases. The full list is published by American Lawyer Media, the publishers of Corporate Counsel magazine, as part of its reference guide In-House Law Departments at the Top 500 Companies.

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.