Anne Shea Gaza Named to IAM Patent 1000 for Intellectual Property Litigation and Transactions

June 9, 2015Press Release


Young, Conaway Stargatt & Taylor LLP is pleased to announce that its Intellectual Property Section has been formally recognized by IAM Patent 1000 – The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners. This unique publication is an annual, research-based guide dedicated to providing information about best-in-class patent prosecution, licensing and litigation practitioners, and law firms on a global basis. One of only a few firms appearing in the Delaware portion of the IAM Patent 1000, Young Conaway’s selection was based on its “depth of experience, market presence and the level of work on which it is typically engaged.” Ranked among the leading patent practitioners in Delaware, Young Conaway Partner Anne Shea Gaza was featured in the IAM Patent 1000 based on her “exceptional skill sets and profound insights into patent matters.”

Young Conaway’s Intellectual Property Litigation Section has a reputation for excellence and has been involved in significant disputes involving patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation, unfair competition, copyright infringement, trademark infringement and licensing and indemnity issues on behalf of the world’s most innovative companies. Heralded as a practice group that has “a lot of visibility in procedural issues,” IAM Patent editors recognized Young Conaway as knowing the “Delaware courts better than anyone.”

IAM Patent 1000 also recognized Anne Shea Gaza, a Partner in Young Conaway’s Intellectual Property Section, as one of Delaware’s top intellectual property attorneys. Having successfully litigated intellectual property and complex commercial cases for almost two decades, IAM Patent editors noted that Ms. Gaza is a “very accomplished trial lawyer” with an “excellent understanding of the ins and outs of practicing before the Delaware federal bench.” In addition, they stated that Ms. Gaza is both a “great co-counsellor and a pleasure to work with.”