Slater Matsil is pleased to announce that Chambers USA 2021 has ranked the firm as one of the nation’s leading IP and Patent Law Firms.

Based primarily on feedback from relevant industry sources, this honor is awarded to firms that have demonstrated an exceptional level of technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, and other qualities most valued by clients.

“We are excited that Chambers has again recognized Slater Matsil as a leading law firm in the technology sector, thanks to our broad and deep technical/legal expertize along with our penchant to achieve excellence across junior and partner levels.” said partner Srini Chakravarthi.

Each year, Chambers USA ranks the top lawyers and law firms across all the United States in various areas of specialization. Chambers and Partners rankings are assessed by an experienced team of Chambers researchers. Rankings are based on assessments and opinions of each firm, which are collected through interviews with peers, judges, clients, and external market sources. Researchers cover a range of topics during these interviews, investigating the strengths, weaknesses, and distinguishing features of a firm.

The Chambers 2021 review commented, “Slater Matsil is a well-regarded boutique firm with substantial experience in the IP space. Regularly assists clients with patent prosecution, as well as advising on patent portfolio development, transactions and licensing. Adept at appearing before the ITC on behalf of clients. Recognized strength in the technology sector.” One client noted, “[Slater Matsil] is a team of highly technical patent practitioners who can handle the most technically challenging work with ease.” Another source commented, “The team is very responsive, very good on technical detail and has practical business sense.”

Slater Matsil was also ranked first in Juristat's Top 25 growing Patent firms in the last decade and was ranked by Patexia as the second Best Performing Patent Firm Overall in 2020. The firm is the 15th largest patent prosecution firm in the U.S. based on the number of cases issued in 2020.