In the wake of failed merger talks, Brown & Wood is on a diversification kick, adding a prosperous intellectual property group from Anderson Kill & Olick.

The move will help the heavily capital-markets-oriented firm capture patent, trademark and copyright work that is generated as a matter of course by its corporate practice, but for which “we were never able to even make a pitch,” Managing Partner Thomas R. Smith Jr. said.

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