For Immediate Release
Malvern, Pa. – Barley Snyder is pleased to announce that the American Bar Association has named partner Joseph Falcon III the chair of the Patent Litigation Committee for the Intellectual Property Law Section of the association.
The new position continues Falcon’s work with the ABA. He has been both the chair and the vice chair of the Patent Legislation Committee for the Intellectual Property Law Section of the ABA.
The Patent Litigation Committee works to improve on items such as costs, the time it takes to decide lawsuits and trial court rules across the country.
“The ABA is where lawyers go to find out everything they need to know about their profession across the country,” Falcon said. “Being able to help attorneys in this sector of the law is a hefty responsibility for this committee, but its members are certainly up to the challenge.”
Falcon is a partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group and is a registered U.S. Patent and Trademark Office patent attorney. He recently was appointed to the Newtown Township Trails and Greenways Committee in Delaware County.
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