Jason Cooper and Yuri Mikulka were recognized by Intellectual Asset Management in its 2023 issue of the IAM Strategy 300 Global Leaders guide.
Cooper, who is co-chair of Alston & Bird’s Intellectual Property Practice, focuses on mechanical, manufacturing, and medical device technologies and manages and helps monetize patent portfolios of various domestic and international clients.
Mikulka, who leads Alston & Bird’s Consumer Technology Patent Litigation Team and is a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group, defends clients in court actions, arbitrations, and pre-suit disputes nationwide. She focuses her practice on patent and trademark infringement, trade secret misappropriation, and complex business disputes.
Since its inception, the IAM Strategy 300 Global Leaders guide has showcased the top experts in the IP world. It is the only resource of its kind, acknowledging leaders from across in-house, private practice, and service provider roles.
Ted Stevenson and Keith Broyles were recognized in the 2023 edition of the IAM Global Leaders guide for the Georgia and Texas categories.
Stevenson, a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group, has extensive federal trial experience, having tried over 25 patent and technology cases involving diverse technologies such as cellular telephones, balloon angioplasty catheters, integrated circuits, hydraulic fracturing, and enterprise software.
Broyles, a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group, has extensive experience resolving intellectual property disputes involving a wide range of intellectual property issues and technical disciplines, including wireless telecommunications, mechanics, construction products, electronics, computer networks, fluid mechanics, and computer software.
To qualify for inclusion in the IAM Global Leaders guide, individuals must be ranked in the gold tier of the IAM Patent 1000, the market-leading annual directory that identifies the top law and attorney firms and individuals in the world’s most significant patent jurisdictions.