The National Law Journal has named Partner Seth Waxman to its 2014 list of Intellectual Property Trailblazers & Pioneers, which celebrates the achievements of attorneys who are innovators playing a role in changing copyright, patent, trademark and licensing law.
Former Solicitor General Waxman, universally considered one of the country’s premier appellate advocates, is also an intellectual property leader. He has secured numerous high-profile, high-stakes victories for IP clients in the Supreme Court, the Federal Circuit and elsewhere.
“This year’s winners are a snapshot of success and extraordinary leadership in an area critical to innovation throughout the world,” said Tom Larranaga, publisher of The National Law Journal & Legal Times.
The National Law Journal showcased all winners in a special edition published in October 2014. Waxman had the opportunity to share his pioneer spirit, past responsibilities and his thoughts on the future of intellectual property and the US economy.