Borg-Breen Shortlisted for Managing IP Americas Award


Caryn Borg-Breen is a finalist for 2021 Illinois Practitioner of the Year in Litigation.


Green, Griffith & Borg-Breen is pleased to announce that founding partner Caryn Borg-Breen has been named a finalist for one of Managing IP’s Americas Awards.

Caryn is one of six attorneys on the shortlist for 2021 Illinois Practitioner of the Year in the Litigation category.

The Managing IP Awards event is widely respected by IP law firms around the world. The awards recognize remarkable achievements and developments made over the past year in a broad range of IP practice areas, covering over 30 jurisdictions. Shortlists are compiled by analysts that consider information submitted by firms, IP practitioners and their clients through interviews, email and online surveys. Finalists are selected for work in the past year that was of great significance to clients and/or IP law and practice.

Winners for this year’s awards will be announced during a virtual awards ceremony on April 7th.

“I’m honored to be included on this list of highly accomplished IP litigators,” says Caryn Borg-Breen. “Our firm has worked hard to always deliver the best results for our clients and to become a national leader in the IP and patent litigation space. This recognition from Managing IP is a direct result of that dedication. We look forward to continuing to provide our clients with excellent service.”

Caryn C. Borg‐Breen, Ph.D.

Learn more about Caryn here.

View Managing IP’s list of award finalists and register for the virtual event here.

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