Seyfarth Shaw, a national firm with historic labor and employment law roots, has charted an expansion into intellectual property law in Washington through the acquisition of Fanelli Haag, a boutique whose partners won big last year after it sold a cancer vaccine it partially owned.

The acquisition moves two partners, Dean Fanelli and Thomas Haag, two counsel attorneys and two patent agents into Seyfarth’s litigation department.

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