Smith Anderson’s AgTech Practice Continues to Flourish - Recognized as a Chambers Global Market Leader for Third Consecutive Year
Smith Anderson is in the exclusive company of only seven law firms in the world to be recognized in the Agribusiness chapter of the Chambers Global 2022 guide.
According to clients interviewed by Chambers, the Smith Anderson team "have been effective and have connections abroad to help with specialized local knowledge." Another client stated, "They are great to work with. They have many clients in the space and bring good background knowledge of deal structures."
Chambers is often referred to as "the gold-standard" legal credentialing publication, and the guide ranks the top lawyers and law firms in over 200 jurisdictions around the world. Rankings are based on in-depth research conducted by more than 200 research analysts who compare the strengths and advantages of the leading firms for international work across these jurisdictions.
Smith Anderson's AgTech practice is led by John Therien, Jason Brege and Mike Saber. The practice group advises companies on legal matters in all phases of technology development and commercialization, including in areas such as genome editing, gene discovery, trait development and licensing, crop protection, cloud biology, plant-made pharmaceuticals, microbials, systems biology, animal health, biofuels and precision agriculture. In addition, the team advises AgTech companies on protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights, including trademark prosecution, maintenance and counselling, advertising counselling and strategic litigation risk management.
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