PTAB Boutique Law Firm McNish PLLC Moves To Maine

PTAB Boutique Law Firm McNish PLLC Moves To Maine

PORTLAND, MAINE (January 6, 2021) – McNish PLLC, a cloud-based law firm focusing on Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) proceedings and Federal Circuit appeals, moved from its previous headquarters in New York, New York to new virtual headquarters in Portland, Maine on January 1, 2021.

Kevin McNish, the managing member of McNish PLLC, announced the move. He added that Maine is an ideal fit for the firm’s core practices. “Practice before the PTAB and Federal Circuit is entirely remote at the moment, and will likely stay at least partly remote going forward. So, I could choose anywhere in the country to practice. Maine offers a high quality of life and a low cost of living and doing business. It just made sense to move the firm here.”

The new firm’s virtual headquarters will be at the Executive Office Center at 254 Commercial Street, Suite 245, Portland, ME 04101.

McNish concluded, “I look forward to continuing to serve the firm’s clients from across the country and around the world, while forging new relationships with Maine’s growing technology industry.”

About McNish PLLC

McNish PLLC is a cloud-based law firm that provides full-stack solutions for Patent Trial and Appeal Board proceedings, including inter partes reviews (IPRs). From petition through appeal, for petitioners or for patent owners, McNish PLLC can do it all. And, by pairing the in-depth experience of Kevin McNish with innovative fee arrangements that avoid the pitfalls of hourly billing, McNish PLLC can deliver unparalleled value in PTAB proceedings and Federal Circuit appeals.

For more information, visit McNish PLLC’s website at www.mcnishpllc.com or email McNish PLLC at contact@mcnishpllc.com.

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McNish PLLC
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Telephone: (207) 800-3402

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