Press Release
July 17, 2017

Intellectual Property Attorney Jeffery B. Arnold Joins Holland & Knight in Atlanta

ATLANTA (July 17, 2017) – Intellectual property lawyer Jeffery B. Arnold has joined Holland & Knight’s Atlanta office as a partner. He was previously a partner with Cantor Colburn LLP.

Mr. Arnold has 26 years of experience with intellectual property matters. He represents generic pharmaceutical manufacturers in litigation, as well as providing opinions and analysis in support of Abbreviated New Drug and 505(b)(2) applications, post-trial launch-at-risk evaluations/opinions, inter partes reviews and due diligence studies. As part of his generic pharmaceutical practice, Mr. Arnold provides clearance opinions for medical delivery devices, such as inhalers, sprayers and applicators, including related color trademarks.

Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Arnold was an administrative law and trial attorney with the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General Corps. Prior to that, he was a chemical engineer with Texaco, Inc.

“We are thrilled to have Jeff join our growing IP litigation practice,” said Joshua Krumholz, co-leader of Holland & Knight's Intellectual Property Group. “Jeff’s valuable experience representing pharmaceutical clients will help us respond to a significant increase in client engagements and contribute to the firm’s increased focus on healthcare.”

“Jeff’s engineering background and vast IP litigation experience in the healthcare area deepen these already growing practices, and with his addition the Atlanta office continues its growth spurt,” said Allen Maines, executive partner of Holland & Knight's Atlanta office.

“Holland & Knight’s IP practice has a great reputation within the industry, and I look forward to using my skills and experience to help the firm’s pharmaceutical industry clients,” said Mr. Arnold.

Mr. Arnold received his J.D. degree from Loyola University School of Law, his M.S. degree in chemistry (with an emphasis on biochemistry, advanced organized chemistry, and drug delivery and design) from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and his B.S. degree in chemical engineering from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

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