Fish & Richardson’s loss is Bracewell & Giuliani’s gain. Bracewell announced Monday that it has picked up a group of nine intellectual property lawyers from Fish & Richardson’s office in Austin, Texas, which is slated for closing by the end of the year.

The IP group is headed by Alan Albright, who was managing principal of Fish & Richardson’s Austin office. Albright, Ed Cavazos, Barry Shelton, Andrew Gajkowski and Chris Johnson joined Bracewell on Oct. 1, while Betty Chen is slated to make the move on Oct. 6 and Josh Tucker on Oct. 12. Michael Chibib and David Hoffman will join Bracewell after they complete an International Trade Commission matter, notes the press release.

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