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Meet Kurt Glitzenstein, litigation practice group leader at Fish & Richardson, the intellectual property-focused firm that handles the highest volume of patent cases in U.S. federal courts, the International Trade Commission, and at the Federal Circuit. Based in Boston, Glitzenstein, like many of his Fish colleagues, has a background in engineering. He’s also taken a lead role in the firm’s push to offer alternative fee arrangements to clients. 

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