Mr. Katz and Mr. Kapur’s article “Timing Traps in European Design Law” is published in the May 9, 2011, issue of the National Law Journal. Please click here to view the article.
Banner & Witcoff, Ltd., a national intellectual property law firm dedicated to the procurement, enforcement and litigation of intellectual property rights throughout the world, welcomes eleven summer associates to the firm.
The following law students will join Banner & Witcoff’s Chicago office, Washington, D.C. office and Boston office as summer associates:
- Flora Amwayi, Washington, D.C., Harvard Law School;
- Rick Bisenius, Chicago, University of Chicago Law School;
- Aaron Bowling, Chicago, George Washington University Law School;
- Dargaye Churnet, Chicago, Northwestern University School of Law;
- Christopher Dawson, Washington, D.C., George Washington University Law School;
- Jeremiah A. Egger, Washington D.C., University of Virginia School of Law;
- Noah S. Frank, Boston, University of Virginia School of Law;
- Tim J. O’Brien, Chicago, University of Illinois College of Law;
- Julia L. Onorato, Chicago, Northwestern University School of Law;
- Ryan M. Truesdale, Chicago, University of Chicago Law School;
- Charles D. Wineland III, Washington D.C., University of Michigan Law School.
Law students are selected for the summer associate program based on their strong academic records in law school and undergraduate studies, technical backgrounds, and personal achievements.
The summer associate program is a significant part of Banner & Witcoff’s recruiting program and is designed to provide the law students with an educational and meaningful law firm experience. Summer associates work on a wide variety of legal assignments and are immersed in the firm’s unique culture. Educational programming and social activities round out the program. A high percentage of the firm’s full time associates have completed the summer associate program.
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Posted: May 9, 2011