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Quinn Emanuel cleans up with awards for smartphone work

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Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan received three awards at the fifth annual North America Awards in Washington DC, in recognition of the firm’s active role in the so-called smartphone wars at the ITC and in the courts

Partner Charles Verhoeven (below) was singled out as IP practitioner of the year for his leading role on many of these cases.

The awards ceremony and dinner were held at the Four Seasons Georgetown Hotel in Washington DC on March 27, immediately following Managing IP’s first ever Patent Reform Forum, which was held during the day at the Willard InterContinental Hotel.

The ceremony included some of the biggest names...

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