Kimberly Herman Recognized as a 2021 "Go To Lawyer" by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

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September 27, 2021

Boston, MA - Kimberly Herman, partner and leader of Sullivan’s Intellectual Property Group, has been named a 2021 "Go To Lawyer" for Intellectual Property by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

For this list in its ongoing series, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly is focusing on leading intellectual property lawyers. The publication identifies a "Go To Lawyer" as "an expert in his or her field; a senior attorney well-versed in case law, statutes and regulations." Additionally, a "Go To Lawyer" must be experienced, with a record of success in cases and/or transactions, someone to whom other lawyers make referrals because of his or her expertise and accomplishments, and someone who thinks creatively and identifies all options for a client.

Kim's practice spans the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East and emphasizes the law and business of intellectual property. Her practice is varied and extensive. She not only advises clients on numerous issues relating to copyrights, trademarks, patents and trade secrets, but she also has specialized expertise in business strategy and negotiating in-bound and out-bound transactions and drafting related agreements for a wide range of commercial deals and litigation settlements in the media and entertainment, software (including open source, SaaS and business software platforms) and life sciences industries.

About Sullivan
Sullivan & Worcester (Sullivan) is a leading AmLaw 200 law firm. With over 200 attorneys in Boston, London, New York, Tel Aviv and Washington, DC, they guide organizations that are rewriting the rules. Sullivan’s clients, including Fortune 500 companies and emerging businesses, rely on Sullivan’s strategic vision, comfort with complexity and intense focus on results. As a global law firm, Sullivan’s reach extends beyond the United States. Sullivan has represented clients around the world and has a deep bench for working on a variety of matters and issues affecting clients globally.

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