Thomas Newman ’76 Recognized as “IP Star” by 2016 IP Stars Guide
Managing Intellectual Property’s 2016 IP Stars Guide recognizes Verrill Dana attorney Thomas Newman ’76 as one of the “IP Stars.” The firm was also named one of the four “Notable Firms” in Maine for its intellectual property practice.
According to its website, “Verrill Dana is a full service law firm with more than 130 attorneys and a growing number of service-based practice groups. The firm has a regional presence in the Northeast, with offices from Maine to Washington, D.C., allowing us to serve clients with interests across the country and around the world.
A recent press release, noted “Thomas Newman, recognized on the patent list, is a business and commercial litigator, accomplished trial lawyer and appellate advocate. He has represented clients in federal and state courts, arbitration and administrative tribunals across the country in a variety of matters, including intellectual property. Newman has also served as a visiting instructor of trial advocacy at the Harvard Law School."
At Hamilton, Newman was an economics major, and was involved with the Spectator, as well as the men’s lacrosse team. He was also a member of the fraternity Delta Kappa Epsilon. After graduating Hamilton, he went on to receive his Juris Doctor degree at Cornell Law School in 1979.