Glaser Weil Ranked by Chambers and Partners 2013

Chambers and Partners

In its most recent rankings, Chambers and Partners, one of the world's leading guides to the legal profession, ranked Glaser Weil partners Adrian Pruetz and Patricia Glaser, as well as the Firm's Media & Entertainment Litigation practice.

Ms. Glaser, who chairs the Firm's Litigation Department, was ranked Band 1 for Media & Entertainment Litigation and Band 3 for General Commercial Litigation in California. In addition, the Firm received a Band 3 state ranking for Media & Entertainment Litigation.

Chambers cited sources as saying Ms. Glaser is a "name everybody knows" and "a go-to lawyer." Patty was described in the Media & Entertainment Litigation ranking as a "formidable trial lawyer, representing high-profile companies, motion picture studios and entertainers." For General Commercial Litigation, Ms. Glaser was lauded as an "accomplished litigator" with an "ability to assist diverse clients such as major movie studios, financial institutions and Fortune 500 companies with complicated high-stakes litigation disputes." She "continues to be incredibly impressive," stated one market observer.

Of the Firm's Media & Entertainment Litigation, Chambers wrote: "This group of experienced trial litigators continues to represent a varied client roster, including directors, producers, writers and recording artists. The team advises on IP and licensing issues, and can offer clients cross-border expertise."

Ms. Pruetz, Chair of Glaser Weil's Intellectual Property Department, received a Band 2 ranking for Intellectual Property: Trademark, Copyright & Trade Secrets.

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