Rothwell Figg Launches New Website

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June 23, 2022: Rothwell Figg, headquartered in Washington, D.C., and with locations in Boston and New York, is pleased to announce the launch of the firm’s new website. The new site showcases the firm’s full range of legal services at the convergence of intellectual property (IP), litigation, and technology.

Long known as one of the nation’s premier intellectual property firms, Rothwell Figg offers a comprehensive range of IP, litigation, and technology services for U.S. and international clients, from startups to Fortune 500 companies, and in industries that span the technological gamut. The new site provides both a complete overview of the wide range of technologies in which the firm’s attorneys work, as well as biographies of its attorneys and in-depth descriptions of practice areas.

“As our clients have evolved, so too has Rothwell Figg. While we continue to be a leading firm in the intellectual property space and to provide the full range of IP services, the new rothwellfigg.com is designed to portray the full breadth and depth of what we offer to clients,” said E. Anthony Figg, a firm co-founder and partner. “We remain as committed as ever to providing exceptional service and delivering valuable results across the board.”

Created with a user-centric design and backed by extensive user research, www.rothwellfigg.com improves the visitor experience by featuring seamless navigation and easy access to concise, comprehensive, and up-to-date information about the firm’s lawyers, services, and successes. The site is responsive, easy to read, and adapts to any device, whether the user is viewing by phone, laptop, or tablet. In addition to information about the firm and its attorneys, the site includes a “Newsroom” section with news, publications, and events involving our firm and attorneys in the IP and technology space, as well as a section dedicated to recruiting and the people that make our firm what it is.

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