Lawrence M. Hadley Joins Glaser Weil as Partner and Chair, Intellectual Property Department

Glaser Weil is pleased to announce that Lawrence “Larry” M. Hadley has joined the firm as a Partner and Chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Department. Mr. Hadley focuses his intellectual property litigation practice advising clients on patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets. A 25+ year veteran attorney, he brings a diverse and specialized background, including extensive trial and appellate experience before both federal and state courts, and the International Trade Commission, to the firm’s Century City and Orange County offices.

“Larry is a welcome addition to lead the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation Department. His experience working on unique and broad intellectual property litigation in the technology and material science industries adds tremendous value and enables the firm to offer supplementary resources to better serve our clients,” said Patricia L. Glaser, Chair of the firm’s Litigation Department.

In addition to his service as a commercial ship and naval officer and licensed pilot, Mr. Hadley possesses a wealth of knowledge from his lead-counsel representation experience of clients in the technology, agriculture, automotive, and design industries.

Mr. Hadley earned his J.D. from The George Washington University Law School, where he was Order of the Coif. He received a B.S., with high honors from the United States Merchant Marine Academy.

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