Richards, Layton & Finger Directors Ranked in Managing Intellectual Property’s IP Stars, with Kelly Farnan Named Among the Top 250 Women in IP

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Richards, Layton & Finger director Kelly Farnan is named among the Top 250 Women in IP in Managing Intellectual Property’s 2024 edition of IP Stars—the only Delaware attorney to make the national Top 250 Women list. Richards Layton has earned Managing IP’s top Highly Recommended firm ranking, and Kelly and Fred Cottrell are recognized as Patent Stars. In addition, Jason Rawnsley has been named a Rising Star.
Richards Layton has one of the most active and respected intellectual property litigation practices in Delaware. We are nationally recognized for tackling difficult, large-scale IP matters in the Delaware District Court, one of the leading venues for IP litigation in the United States, as well as in the Delaware Court of Chancery and Superior Court.

Fred Cottrell, chair of Richards Layton’s Litigation Department, is a leading force in Delaware’s IP bar. He handles significant IP litigation in Delaware’s state and federal courts, regularly representing industry giants in complex patent disputes. Fred’s practice encompasses several other areas of litigation, including antitrust, products liability, and commercial law.

Kelly Farnan is “a great advocate” who has “instant credibility whenever she enters the courtroom” (Chambers USA). Head of the firm’s Intellectual Property Group, she represents national and international manufacturing, telecommunications, technology, and pharmaceutical companies in high-stakes patent disputes. Kelly’s practice also includes complex commercial litigation in the Delaware courts.

Jason Rawnsley has been involved in many of Richards Layton’s largest IP cases. He focuses his practice on intellectual property in Delaware’s federal and state courts, with experience in patent, trademark, copyright, unfair competition, and trade secret disputes.

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