Goodwin Procter’s Shane Brun recently received a Counsel to Counsel honor from The National Law Journal for his outside counsel to F5 Networks Inc., a Seattle-based company specializing in Application Delivery Networking.
Brun, based in San Francisco, is a partner in the firm’s IP litigation practice. His national practice involves a wide range of technologies, including Internet security, computer networking, wireless communications, microlithography, plasma displays, optical alignment, inspection systems, and digital imaging. Brun regularly represents clients before the International Trade Commission (ITC) and U.S. District Courts in California, Texas and Delaware.
The Counsel to Counsel honor is given to private practice attorneys who have forged strong professional ties with their in-house counterparts to negotiate and close big deals, handle labor and employment matters, volunteer legal services in the Seattle area to those in need, litigate cases in state and federal courts, protect intellectual property rights, provide community services and more.
Read a full summary of Brun’s counsel to F5 in the NLJ special report.