“It is a privilege to be recognized by IAM as a World Leading IP Strategist. To me this is an honor bestowed upon our entire team at Dominion Harbor Group and we look forward to continuing to work on cutting edge IP deals in the years to come,” said David
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) June 15, 2015
CEO David Pridham and President Matthew DelGiorno of Dominion Harbor Group, a Dallas-based leading global intellectual property advisory and investment firm, have been recognized as two of the World’s Leading 300 IP Strategists in 2015 according to Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) magazine. The IAM 300 is an exclusive publication that recognizes the world’s 300 top attorneys, consultants and financiers who work with intellectual property owners to increase the value of their IP portfolios.
“It is a privilege to be recognized by IAM as a World Leading IP Strategist. To me this is an honor bestowed upon our entire team at Dominion Harbor Group and we look forward to continuing to work on cutting edge IP deals in the years to come,” said David Pridham.
“Inclusion in the 2015 list of the World’s Leading IP Strategists is particularly special to me because it is based on nominations and recommendations,” said Matt DelGiorno. “I plan to continue my hard work for our clients and hope to continue to earn their endorsement.”
Dominion Harbor Group was founded by seasoned legal, technical, engineering and financial professionals dedicated to the premise that patents are a sacrosanct and critical component of the United States and global commercial marketplaces. The firm’s highly specialized and talented team manages, helps protect and preserve intellectual property portfolios, maximizes values of patent portfolios through licensing, helps enforce and defend clients’ critical intellectual property rights, and advises owners and investors in realizing appropriate value for innovations and risk taking in the patent market. http://www.dominionharbor.com
The IAM 300, formerly the IAM 250 (http://www.iam-magazine.com/strategy300/) is the result of IAM magazine’s extensive research process, which included five months of face-to-face and telephone interviews, as well as e-mail exchanges, with several hundreds of international IP professionals. Honorees had to be nominated by at least three people who work in organizations unrelated to their company, as well as whom further research showed to have exceptional skill sets and profound insight into development, creation and management of IP value.