Fish & Richardson has chosen Atlanta-based principal Corrin Drakulich as its global head of litigation. In this role, she will be overseeing a roughly 200-lawyer litigation practice group across 14 offices in the United States, Germany and China.

On Monday, Fish announced that Drakulich had assumed the role as head of litigation at the beginning of 2023. She is a first-chair trial lawyer for complex patent and intellectual property disputes and an elected member of the firm’s management committee. She is replacing Kurt Glitzenstein, who led the litigation group for seven years, and her replacement is part of a planned transition.