Hughes Hubbard appoints two new partners


US law firm Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP has appointed two new partners to its office in New York.

James Dabney and Stephen Rabinowitz join from Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP where they were partners.

Dabney was head of the IP and technology practice at Fried Frank. He is also an adjunct professor at Cornell University Law School.

“Stephen and I are thrilled to join one of the most respected litigation teams in the country,” said Dabney.

“Hughes Hubbard has a long and respected history, and our clients will benefit from the deep knowledge of the patent lawyers, technical advisors, and litigators throughout the firm,” he added.

Candace Beinecke, chair of Hughes Hubbard, said: “Jim and Stephen have an exceptional track record in patent litigation.

“Their experience will be of great value to our clients. We are delighted to welcome Jim and Stephen to Hughes Hubbard.”

Hughes Hubbard & Reed; James Dabney; Stephen Rabinowitz; Cornell

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