Starting an IP Practice
After two-and-a-half years on his own, D’Hue said his big client, Purdue Research Foundation, connected him with Bingham Greenebaum Doll and persuaded him to go back to a larger firm where he’d be with other lawyers focused on engineering, science and IP law.
“Basically, it comes down to wondering what happens for them if one day I got hit by a bus,” he said. “This was a great connection with Bingham, and that’s worked out. I loved having my own firm, and it was tough at first, but in the end it was about doing what was best for my client.”
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